Traffic Rules and Violation in Arunachal Pradesh

Like many other states in India, the Government of Arunachal Pradesh updated the traffic rules including the penalties levied for violating them. This has been done to ensure that people abide by the traffic rules, which can help improve the driving conditions in the state.

The Government of Arunachal Pradesh has announced that anyone found guilty of violating traffic rules in the state will be charged with heavy penalties including the suspension of their driving if necessary.

We will have a look at the update in traffic fines in Arunachal Pradesh.

List of updated Fines for Violation of Traffic Rules in Arunachal Pradesh

Violation New penalty in effect from 1 September 2019 Old penalty
Driving or riding without a driving licence
  • Rs.10,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 6 months
  • Rs.15,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 2 years for repeated violation
Rs.2,000
Overspeeding
  • LMV: Rs.1,000- Rs.2,000
  • MPV/HPV: Rs.2,000- Rs.4,000 (including the seizure of the licence)
Rs.400
Driving without a seat belt Rs.1,000 and/or community service Rs.100
Driving or riding without carrying any proper insurance documents
  • Rs.2,000 and/or imprisonment for up to 3-months, community service
  • Rs.4,000 for repeating the offence
Rs.1,000
Violation of road rules Rs.500- Rs.1000 Rs.100
Driving or riding dangerously or jumping red light Rs.1,000- Rs.5,000 and /or imprisonment for 6-months to 1 year, seizure of the driving licence Rs.100 - Rs.300
Driving or riding while using a cellphone Rs.5,000 Rs.1,000
Speeding or racing
  • Rs.5,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 3-months, community service
  • Rs.10,000 for repeating offence and imprisonment of up to 1 year, community service
Rs.500
Not giving way to emergency vehicles like ambulances, fire engines, etc. Rs.10,000 and/or community service Rs.500
Riding without a helmet (rider and pillion rider) Rs.1,000, and/or disqualification of driving licence, community service for 3-months Rs.100
Overloading two-wheelers Rs.2,000 and disqualification of driving licence, and/or up to 3-months of community service Rs.100
Juvenile offences Rs.25,000 with imprisonment of up to 3-years, cancellation of registration for 12 months, juvenile will not be eligible for a licence until 25 years of age -
Driving or riding despite being disqualified Rs.10,000, and/or community service Rs.500
Overboarding passengers Rs.200 for every extra passenger and/or community service -
Driving or riding without a ticket Rs.500 Rs.200
Offence committed such as offering bribes Twice the penalty -
Unauthorized use of vehicle without a driving licence Rs.1,000- Rs.5,000 Rs.1,000
Disobeying the orders of the authorities Rs.2,000 Rs.500
Driving or riding vehicles without permit Rs.10,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 6-months, community service Up to Rs.5,000
Oversized vehicles Rs.5,000 to Rs.10,000 and/or community service -
Overloading Rs.20,000 + Rs.2,000 for every extra tonne and/or community service Rs.2,000 + Rs.1,000 for every extra tonne
Driving or riding without a driving licence (for aggregators) Rs.25,000 to Rs.1 lakh -
Driving or riding without having the vehicle registered
  • Rs.5,000
  • Rs.10,000 for repeating the offence
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Using a horn in a silent zone
  • Rs.2,000
  • Rs.4,000 for repeating the offence
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How to pay the fines?

As of now, you will have to visit the court to pay the fines. However, for some offences, you can pay the challan on-site.

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