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The Maharashtra government has issued a notification regarding the implementation of 63 provisions of the new Motor Traffic Act. The Motor Transport Amendment Bill was passed in both houses of Parliament in the budget session.

Penalties for violating traffic rules have now been increased manifold. The minimum fine is 500 rupees for breaking road rules and the maximum fine is 25,000 rupees and three years in jail if a minor boy or girl commits a crime by driving a vehicle, the owner and guardian will have to face it.

Maharashtra RTO Fine List 2023 PDF

Katam / RuleNature of the crimeMaximum punishment of imprisonment / fine
Driving without proper driving license.Section 3r/w S 181 of the Motor Vehicles Act3 months or Rs. 500 or both
Driving by a minor (underage driverSection 3r/w S 181 of the Motor Vehicles Act3 months or Rs. 500 or both
Vehicle owner or in-charge (parent/guardian/friend allowing minor to drive) who does not hold a license or allows a minor to drive.Section 5r/w Section 180 of the Motor Vehicles Act3 months or Rs. 1,000 or both
A person holding a driver’s license who allows another person to use a vehicleSection 6(2)r/w S. 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActRs.100 for first offense
and Rs.300 for second or subsequent offence
(i) driving a vehicle by an unqualified person or – applying for a driving license or – seeking a license without disclosing the endorsements of a previously confiscated driving licence;Section 23r/w S 182(1) of the Motor Vehicles Act3 months or Rs. 100 or both
(i) work as a guide or unqualified guide;Section 3r/w S 181 of the Motor Vehicles ActA month or Rs. 100 or both
Operating a vehicle training school without a licenceMotor Vehicle Rules r/w R.24 C.Rs.100 for first offense and Rs.100 for
Section 177 of the Motor Vehicle Actsecond or subsequent offences. 300
SpeedingSection 112r/w S 183(1) of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 400
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 1,000
Permitting your employee or person under your control to drive at excessive speedSection 112r/w Section 183(2) of the Motor Vehicles Act300 for first offence.
Rs. For second or subsequent offense Rs. 500
Permits a vehicle to be driven by a driver or to carry an overloaded loadSections 113(3),114,115 r/wMinimum Rs. 2000 and per tonne for excess load including excess load reduction charges. 1,000
Section 194(1) of Motor Vehicles Act
Refusal by the driver to stop or remove the load before weighing the vehicleSection 114r/w S 194(2) of the Motor Vehicles Act300
A vehicle with the steering wheel on the left, any person who drives or permits to drive a vehicle in the absence of a corresponding change-adaptive scheme.Section 120r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Dangerous vehicle / incentiveSection 184/ S 188 of the Motor Vehicles Act6 months for first offense or Rs. 1,000 or
2 years for second or subsequent offense within 3 years after both the relevant incidents or Rs. 2,000 or both
A person driving under the influence of alcohol or drugsSection 185/ S 188 of the Motor Vehicles Act6 months for first offense or Rs. 2,000 or
2 years for second or subsequent offense within 3 years after both the relevant incidents or Rs. 2,000 or both
Driving/encouraging driving while mentally or physically incapableSection 186/ Section 188 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 200
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 500
An uninsured motoristSection 146r/w S 196 of the Motor Vehicles Act3 months or Rs. 1,000 or both
Drivers who fail to obey traffic rules (violation of yellow line red light, changing lanes without signaling, etc.)Section –r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
A driver who fails to give a certain signal on a certain occasionSection 121r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Violation of HTVs time restrictions on specified roads / areasSection 115r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActRs. 2000
A driver giving control of his vehicle to another person (sitting as an obstruction in traffic)Section 125r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
A two-wheeler / motor cycle rider carrying more than one person besides himself (three persons on a two-wheeler)Section 128(1)r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Non-wearing of protective headgear (helmets) by the driver and rear passengerSection 129r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Any person in charge abandoning or allowing a vehicle or trailer to be abandoned in a public place (improper and obstructed parking)Sections 122,127 r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300 (Owner will also be responsible for towing charges)
A person in charge of any vehicle who boards or allows any person to board a moving vehicleSection 123(1)r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
A person in charge of a vehicle who stops the vehicle at a place without taking necessary precautions or is forced to do soSection 126r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Failure to take precautions at unsafe railway crossingsSection 131r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Failure of the driver to stop the vehicle in certain casesSection 132r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Use of mobile phones while drivingMotor Vehicle Rules R. 21(25) C.For first offense Rs. 100
r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Actfor second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Traveling with more persons than the seating capacity in a goods vehicleMotor Vehicle Rules R. 21(10) C.For first offense Rs. 100
r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Actfor second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Demanding excess fare for auto rickshaws / taxisR. 21(23) of the Motor Vehicles Act C. Motor Vehicles Rules r/w Section 177For first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Driving without number plate (not displaying number plate)Motor Vehicle Rules R. 50 C.For first offense Rs. 100
r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Actfor second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Passengers carrying flammable and highly explosive substances in transport vehiclesSection 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
Any person traveling on the roof or roof or bonnet of a moving vehicleSection 123(2)r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
A person obstructing traffic in any public place by keeping a vehicle in a locked stateSection 201 of Motor Vehicles Act Section 201 of Motor Vehicles Act Section 201 of Motor Vehicles Act Section 201 of Motor Vehicles Act Section 201 of Motor Vehicles ActExcluding towing charges Rs. 50 per hour
If the vehicle owner does not inform about the change of residence or place of business within the prescribed periodSection 49r/w Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300, but the State Government may prescribe various amounts depending on the period of delay. )
Failure to inform the registration authorities about the transfer of vehicle within the prescribed periodSection 50r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300 (However, the State Government may prescribe various amounts regarding the period of delay)
Unauthorized modification of the vehicle (including use of different types of fuel, among other things)Section 52r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300 (However, the State Government may prescribe various amounts regarding the period of delay)
If any police officer in uniform demands the driver’s license in a public place and is unable to produce itSection 130(1)r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
If any officer or officer of the Transport Department demands the permit from the carrier in a public place and is unable to produce the same;Section 130(2)r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
If the registration authority or the officer of the transport department demands the following documents from the owner, driver or in-charge of the vehicle and is unable to produce those documents – Insurance certificate of the vehicle, fitness certificate and license if the vehicle is a transport vehicleSection 130(3)r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
If a police officer in uniform or an officer of the transport department demands the following documents from any person driving a vehicle in a public place and is unable to produce the following documentsSection 158r/w S 177 of the Motor Vehicles ActFor first offense Rs. 100
: (a) insurance certificate;for second or subsequent offense Rs. 300
(b) certificate of registration;
(c) driving licence; and in case of a transport vehicle
(d) health certificate, and
(e) licence

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