Apart from suspension of driving license, riders will also be fined. The city traffic police has given information about this new rule while making an announcement. The traffic police said that this concrete step has been taken to crack down on traffic violations.
A video has been uploaded on YouTube by Mumbai Traffic Police. Mumbai Traffic Police has announced a new rule in this video and said that it is dangerous to ride without helmet. DCP (Traffic) Raj Tilak Roshan said that “every challan for driving without helmet will be immediately sent to the RTO and suspended for three months.”
He further added that “in addition, the offender will be sent to the nearest traffic chowk, where he will have to watch two hours of videos on defensive driving and traffic rules.” Let us tell you that in January, the Mumbai Police had started a unique initiative to discipline those who sound the horn when there is a red light at the traffic signal.
Mumbai Police installed decibel meters at select but heavy traffic signals to deter habitual horners through a campaign called ‘The Punishing Signal’. Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Madhukar Pandey had given information about this.
He explained that “decibel monitors are attached to traffic signals around the city of Mumbai and when the cacophony exceeds the dangerous 85-decibel due to unnecessary horning, the signal timer is reset, thereby doubling the waiting time for all vehicles.” It happens.”
Thus, for those who honked the horns of their vehicles more, a line was broadcast that ‘More honk, more wait’, a punitive message that flashes on such noisy signals, causing their vehicles to horn. The people playing get controlled.