Best car mobile holder in India 2019

Windshield car mount phone holders

1. BOKA, Long Neck 360 Degree Rotation with Anti-Vibration Pads Anti Shake Fall Prevention Car Mobile Holder

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A product of Mobias Retails, this car mobile holder is made of high-quality ABS plastic with silicone gel, weighs 200grams with dimensions of 20x5x10cm. It is compatible with all android and iOS phones with size from 3.5 to 6.5 inches. This mobile holder comes with one touch mounting system which locks your phone when you place your phone on the mount. It comes with 3.5 mm charging jack which is easily assessible thanking to is design. Most of the mobile holders comes with jack at the bottom which hinders the phone support from the bottom but not this one. The car mount head can be rotated vertically or horizontally as the head rotates 360 degree. It comes with two step vacuum suction, so It sticks well on glass as well as textured surface. This car mount holder has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

2. Amkette iGrip Telescopic One Touch Dashboard & Windshield Car Mount for All Mobile Phones

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This Amkette mobile holder weighs 272g with 14.8×11.2×7.2 cm dimensions. With a long telescopic arm adjustable at 5 and 8.3 inches, a powerful clamp and an adjustable bottom foot which allows you to easily connect an AUX or charging cable even when mounted, makes it adjustable and flexible one touch perfect car mount for every situation. The suction pad comes with super sticky glue that ensures a firm grip on any surface. The head can be rotated at an angle of 230 degrees and the telescopic arm can be extended up to 8.3 inches. This Amkette product comes with 1-year warranty. It has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

3. Zaap Quick Touch One Premium 360 Adjustable 3-in-1 Car Mount Holder for All Smartphones (Pro Series)

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Zaap Quick Touch One Premium weighs 213 grams and has a dimension of 14x11x7 cm. The new 2019 version comes with new features like anti vibration locking lever, shock stabilizer, anti-fall mechanism, 3 times more telescopic arm pull force and 3 times more gel pad strength. This device has a one touch mounting and release mechanism. Smartphones with a width of 2.3 to 3.5 inches can be used, which basically covers most of the smartphones. The bottom support is adjustable so that a charging cable or an AUX cable can be used. Two step locking system allows firm grip on windshield as well as on textured surface. It can rotate 360 degrees for vertical or horizontal use. The suction gel can be washed with water and it comes to its original form. It can hold a product up to 7 kgs, so the suction power is quite firm. The telescopic arm extends to 6.5 inches. This product has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

4. King Shine Universal Silicone Sucker Car Mobile Holder/Car Mount Long Neck 360° Rotation with Ultimate Reusable Suction Cup

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This king Shine car mobile holder is just 168 grams in weight and has a dimension of 11.5 x 10.2 x 8.7 cm. It can be used vertically or horizontally with 360-degree rotation head. The suction cup uses twist gel pad which can be reused after washing. The neck can be extended with a length of 5.3 inch or 7.2 inch. This product has 4.5 rating on Amazon.

5. Amkette iGrip Easy View One Touch Dashboard and Windshield Car Mount for All Smart Phones

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This Amkette iGrip car mount weights 159 grams and has a dimension of 13.8 x 9.6 x 7.2 cm. If you are looking for a compact car mount holder, then this is the one. It comes with powerful clamp, can be operated single handily and has a cue design. The suction gel provides rock like grip on almost any surface. It can be washed and used again like a new suction cup. With one touch locking mechanism, your phone is held stable while you drive. A dashboard pad is provided if you want to mount it on the dashboard. The super sticky glue sticks well to the windshield. This car mount holder has a 4.5 Amazon rating.

6. CEUTA®,Car Tablet Mount Holder, Windshield/Dashboard Universal Car Tablet Mobile Phone/Device Cradle for iOS/Android Tablet, iPad, Smartphone and More

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This tablet holder weighs 200 grams and has a dimension of 9 x 3 x 6 cm. The super suction rubber cup holds almost any tablet or mobile device. It can be used on desktop or in the kitchen as well to watch movies while cooking. With meal plastic stand, it also comes with 150-degree adjustable mount and 360-degree rotation clip. This product has a 5-star rating on Amazon.

7. TANTRA Tango Car Mobile Phone Stand with Gravity Self-locking One-Touch Design and Anti-skid Base for all Smartphones

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This Tango car mobile holder weighs 200 grams and has a dimension of 16.5 x 8.9 x 8.6 cm. It can be mounted on the windshield as well as the dashboard. The automatic locking system locks the phone when the phone is placed in the holder, due to the gravity when the phone is touching the bottom. By pressing the release button, the phone comes out of the holder. It comes with 360-degree rotation which helps you use your phone horizontally or vertically. The super sticky suction cup holds on almost any surface including the windshield and the dashboard. This product has an Amazon 4-star rating.

8. King Shine Car Mobile Holder for Car Windshield/Dashboard | Portable Pocket Sized | Lightweight | Travel Stand for All Mobile Phones [4 Inch to 6.3 Inch]

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This King Shine car mobile holder comes with telescopic arm adjustable 5.3 and 7.3 inches. The strong suction cup base allows to hold any phone tightly. The head can be rotated at 360 degrees. With 2-way lock system, the mount can be used on different surface. This product has a 4.5 rating on Amazon.

Air vent magnetic phone holders

1. Bobo Universal Magnetic Air Vent Mount Car Phone Holder, with Fast Swift Technology for Smartphones and Mini Tablets

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The magnetic holder of this holder sets it apart from others. It can hold android as well as iOS phones. With rubbered clips, It can hold on any air vent without scratching the air vent. tHe holder is easy to remove as well. The base of the vent remains fixed in the vent, so you can rotate your phone any way you like. The large surface guarantees a firm grip. The holder weighs 68 grams and has a dimension of 4.2 x 4.2 x 4 cm. It has a 4.5 rating on Amazon.

2.AUUR Air Vent Magnetic Car Mount Holder 360 Degree Adjustable with Adhesive-Free Static Cling Sticker High-Powered Magnets Compatible All Smartphones and Mini Tablets 

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This air vent phone holder can be operated single handed. You can fix It and take out easily using one hand. Two dual sized claws keep this phone holder fixed in the air vent. The 360-degree rotation provides the best viewing angle for you. It is compatible with most android and iOS phones. It comes with one-year warranty and friendly customer support. It has a 5-star rating on Amazon.

3. SILTREE 360 Degree Reusable AC Vent Magnetic Mobile Holder for Car Dashboard

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Weighing just 68 grams and a dimension of 8.5 x 7.6 x 4.5 cm, this air vent mobile holder makes use of screws to tighten on the air vents making it more sable as compared to lose grip in other. The phone holder is not permanent and can be reused in other cars as well. It does not hinder the drivers view as compared with windshield mounted phone holders. The powerful magnet holds the phone firmly even on the rough roads. the premium neodymium magnets with n45 magnetic grade can hold phones with six inch of screen size. The 360-degree rotation makes it easy to use the phone horizontally or vertically or towards the passenger to watch videos. Thanks to its design, the position of the mobile doesn’t block the cold air from the AC vent. this product has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

4. King Shine Car Mobile Holder for Car Air-Vent Car Mount

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King Shine mount is compatible with all kinds of air vents. With rubber grip, it gives a tight grip and does not scratch the air vents. The non-slip grip ensures that your phone does not falls even on rough roads. It is light weight with compact design. It has a 4.5 rating on Amazon.

5. Be Dazzle Inspired Products Magnetic Car Phone Holder for Car Air Vent with 360 Degree Rotation

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Weighing just 99.8 grams and having a dimension of 6.5 x 4.5 x 4.5 cm, this car vent mobile holder is compatible with Android as well as iOS phones. It is easy to install with its compact and stylish design. The claws are designed to hold the air vents firmly. 360-degree rotation makes it possible to use your device vertically or horizontally. The magnet is powerful enough to keep your device fixed even on bumpy roads. This air car mount has a 5-star Amazon rating.

6. Spigen Hexa Neodymium Core Air Vent Magnetic Car Mount Holder for iPhone 6S 6 SE Plus Galaxy S6 S7 Edge Note 4 5 LG G5

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This air vent holder fixes into most of the straight air vents. It allows to position your device vertically or horizontally. The strong magnet holds your device even on the bumpy roads. It weights just 86 grams and has a dimension of 4.5 x 5 x 6 cm. This air vent holder has a 5-star rating on Amazon.

7. Amkette iGrip Magnetic Air Vent With 6 Optimized Magnets & Double Spring Clamp Car Mount

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With two spring clamp and six magnet design, this Amkette car mount holds tight on the air vent and you can be sure that you will find you phone right where you placed it. This car mount is universal and fits most of the car mounts. If it doesn’t fit yours, no worries, It comes with 10 days return policy. It also has 1-year warranty. It weighs 109 grams and has a dimension of 13.2 x 9.6 x 4.4 cm. It has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

8. Portronics CLAMP X POR-926 Car-Vent Mobile Holder

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This Portronics air vent car mount weighs 100 grams and has a dimension of 14.4 x 8.5 x 7 cm. This patented mount is universal and holds on most of the car mounts with up to 6 inches smartphones. It is designed to hold tight not only on bumpy roads but also extreme weather conditions. With 360-degree rotation, you can place your smartphone vertically or horizontally. Pressing the button on the back opens the mobile holder clamps to fix your phone in the holder. It comes with 6 months warranty. It has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

9. Reddot Mobile Magnetic Cradle-Less Hinge Technology Mountie

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Universal car Mobile Holder for AC Vent Product of South Korea
With as small as 25x25x21mm, this product uses aluminium ally and hence is quite strong as compared to its plastic counterparts. The attachment and detachment of the mobile phone with just one hand. The 360-degree rotation makes it possible to angle the smartphone in any direction you like. After passing the shaking and slipping tests, you can be sure this product holds firms on the air vents. This product has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

10. Tarkan [Rubberized] Premium Air Vent Universal Car Mount Holder for All Mobile Phones

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This product weights just 98 grams and has a dimension of 8.3 x 5.8 x 2.8 cm. With its advanced rubber grip, this holder is compatible with all air vents. The holder grips are rubberised, so no scratch on the air vents. No slip grip makes sure your phone is in place even on bumpy roads. All smartphone with screen size up to 6.3 inches fits this air vent holder. Light weight and stylish design, this product can be used in any car. This product has a 4-star rating on Amazon.

11. ZAAP (USA) Car Mobile Holder Magnetic Touch Two with 360 Degree Rotation for Smartphones

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Weighing just 64 grams, it has a dimension of 9.5 x 7.5 x 6 cm. With its unique design, it holds and releases the smartphone with just one press of a finger. With 360-degree rotation, the smartphone can be adjusted both vertically and horizontally. Thanks to its shock stabilizers, your phone will say in place even on bumpy roads. It is compatible with all phone from 2.3 inches to 3.5 inches, which covers almost all the phones. This product comes with silicone coating on the clamps so that the air vents are no scratched. This product has a 4-star rating on Amazon.

Portable dashboard car phone holders

1. HIRATEK Aluminium Metal Portable 360 Degree Rotating Magnetic Mobile Holder for Car, Office, Desk, Home and Table

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Hiratek mobile holder fixes on the dashboard, so no bracket or clipping application. This holder is placed on the dashboard and it doesn’t obstruct the view. The magnet is powerful enough to hold the phone in place safely even on bumpy roads. Made with aluminium and ally, the product is strong enough to last long compare to other products made from plastic. It has a universal holder and supports all android and iOS phones. This product has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

2. Bull’s Eye WV01RCA08003 Magnetic Cradle-Less Hinge Technology Smallest Ball Head Type Car Mobile Holder

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This product weighs only 18 grams and has a dimension of 2 x 2 x 2.5 cm. It can be attached on a plain surface, not on a rubberised textured surface. Aluminium alloy is used to make this product making It better than the plastic products. You can mount and unmount it with one hand. The 360-degree rotation gives you freedom to place your phone at any angle you like. His product has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

3. Bull’s Eye GTC1006COMBO Magnetic Cradle-Less Hinge Technology car Mobile Holder

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This product comes with 2 extra rings and 23m adhesive tape. With stylish design, it has a dimension of 25 X 25 X 21mm. It is made of aluminium alloy which differs it from other products made from plastic. It can be mounted and unmounted with one hand within a second. I can rotate 360 degree giving you the flexibility to place the phone at any angle you like. Its strong magnet makes sure your phone is firmly help even on bumpy roads. It weighs just 109 grams. This product has a rating of 4.5 on Amazon.

Flat magnetic phone holder

1. SILTREE Slimmest Ultra Portable Scratch Resistant Flat Magnetic Zero View Obstruction Mount in Mobile Holder for Car Dashboard

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This product can be installed on a flat surface without texture. With a length of 77 mm and 3M adhesive tape, it gives more surface area to the mobile holder to stick to the dashboard. With eight neodynamic magnets, it holds the phone in its place on all roads. Other holders usually have up to four magnets. It does not obstruct the windshield view, nor does it block cool air from AC vents. It has a long life. Amazon has a 4.5-star rating.

2. King Shine Car Mobile Holder for Car Windshield/Dashboard | Portable Pocket Sized | Lightweight | Travel Stand for All Mobile Phones

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This King Shine holder has a compact sleek design. You can mount and unmount this product with just one hand in a second. There are no clips, clamps or suction cups, just the magic of a magnet. It is compatible with all smartphones, GPS and light weigh tablets. It does not block air vent or windshield view. The super strong magnet does not interfere with mobile signals, nor does it let the phone fall off on bumpy roads. His product has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

 

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What is car insurance, types of motor insurance, car insurance companies

What is car insurance?

Car insurance also known as motor or auto insurance in some countries, is a protection of your vehicle from circumstances that cannot be foreseen. Insurance, depending upon its type, covers you, your vehicle and third party against mis happenings. The insurance cost ofcourse depends on age and condition of your vehicle, claims in previous year, additional excess you choose etc.

How car insurance works?

No matter how carefully you drive, accidents happens due to various circumstances including those not under your control. It may be due to bad weather conditions or a fault of another driver. Car insurance covers you against such mishappenings. When you file a claim, you request the insurance company to pay for the damages incurred in car accident. Depending upon the type of insurance, you can get claim for third party involved i.e. bodily injury or death, for the vehicle damages, theft, vandalism and medical treatment for self or the person driving the car.

How car insurance works if you total your car?

If your car meets an accident and the cost of repair is equal to or more than 70 percent of the market value of your car, your car is said to be totalled. In this case, the insurance company does not get your car repaired but pays you the amount of insurance covered.

Do you require car insurance?

In India, the law requires that you have at least third-party coverage insurance. The insurance company will pay for bodily injury or death of third persons involved in the accident. Apart from the requirement, you may get a ticket if caught driving without the insurance.

Paying for damages to car or other property can be a costly business. If you do not have car insurance or car insurance of appropriate type, you will end up paying for damage to your own car, for others property and medical expenses as well. Therefore, it is wise to get car insurance coverage of appropriate type.

Do I need car insurance if I don’t drive my car?

Law requires that you have the bare minimum car insurance also known as third party insurance.

What is car insurance deductibles and how it works?

Car insurance deductible is an amount that you must pay in case of damages before the role of insurance company comes into play. For example, you damage your cars rear bumper. The bumper must be replaced, and the replacement cost is Rs. 20,000. You have a deductible of Rs. 5000. In this case, you will have to shell out Rs. 5000 before your insurance company will pay rest of the amount.

What is zero depreciation?

Every part of the vehicle has a value. As time passes, these parts get old and its money value goes down or we can call the parts are depreciated. Depreciation is calculated on these parts and payment against claim is made accordingly. In zero depreciation, full amount of the cost of the part is paid by the insurance company.

What is third party insurance?

Third party insurance covers bodily injury or death of third party and damages to their car. Insurance company pays a compensation upto Rs 1 lakh for third party damages.

What is comprehensive car insurance?

In addition to third parties claims and damages, comprehensive car insurance also protects your car from calamities like terrorist attacks, theft, riots, earthquake, cyclone, hurricane etc. If you meet an accident and you do not get compensation from the other party provided you are not at fault, you can claim for repair of your car. The value of the claim cannot be more than the value of your car calculated at the time of insurance.

What will my car insurance cover?

This depends on the type of insurance you have. As stated earlier, you can have either third-party insurance or comprehensive coverage. While third party insurance will cover cost of damages to other party involved in an accident, comprehensive cover will also cover accidental damages and losses to your own vehicle.

Can car insurance companies drug test you?

It is unheard and unlikely that your car insurance company will drug test you when buying an insurance or filing a claim. However, law enforcement bodies may drug test you without even causing an accident.

Can car insurance companies change your policy?

Car insurance companies has 60 days to cancel your policy. Apart from this your policy may be cancelled if you do not pay for the premium, your license has been suspended or you have committed a fraud.

Can car insurance be tax deductible?

If you use your car for personal purpose, then car insurance premium is not tax deductible. However, if you use it for business, some of the expenses are tax deductible. If your car related costs are more than 2% of the gross income, you can claim these costs on tax returns.

If you suffered a theft or your car is total, you may qualify for deductions. In order to claim:
1. You must file insurance claim
2. The accident cannot be because of your negligence
3. Your car insurance cannot completely reimburse the loss. If your car damage exceeds the insurance claim, you can deduct the difference.
4. Your costs must be more than 10% of your annual gross income.

Can car insurance be used as proof of address?

In India, car insurance is not valid proof of address.

Can car insurance be refunded?

It depends on the car insurance company policy. In some cases, you may get partial refund.

Can car insurance and registration be in different names?

In order to get a claim, the car registration certificate and the car insurance policy must be in the same name.

Can car insurance overlap?

Car insurance can overlap. This usually happens when changing the insurance company. Human error in mentioning the policy dates may lead to overlap in the car insurance. If an accident occurs during this period, the new insurer usually pays the claim.

Can car insurance be transferred?

Yes, car insurance can be transferred. Although not many people know about this. When you sell a car, the new owner transfers the ownership by registering changes in the car registration certificate. However, in order to file a claim, the owner in the registration certificate and the car insurance must match. Car insurance can be transferred to the new owner as well. However, note that the No claim bonus is non-transferable.

Can car insurance be paid monthly?

Although most of the time you must pay the yearly fee upfront, there are insurance companies that offer payment at regular intervals like monthly, quarterly or semi-annually. Note that in case of regular payments at some intervals, the insurance company will charge you more than what you pay at one go.

Can car insurance be claimed twice in a year?

First read the fine prints on your car insurance policy. Some companies do restrict the number of times you can make a claim in a year. Otherwise, you can make a claim N number of times provided the total claim value does not exceeds IDV.

What is IDV?

IDV is insured declared value. It is the value provided by car insurer in case of theft or your cat totals. In other words, it is the market value of your car.

When car insurance doesn’t pay?

If you had a car accident at other drivers’ fault, their insurance company should pay for your car repair and any medical expenses. However, in some cases, insurance companies may deny the claim.
Here are ways out:
1. You may ask for explanation answer and if required submit evidences as police report, eyewitness accounts etc.
2. Hire an insurance lawyer to help you file the claim.
3. You can use your policy in case you have a comprehensive coverage. In this case your car insurance company will deal with other insurance company.
4. Small claim courts – if your damage is not huge, you may take help of claim court where a third party hears the arguments and decides if you are eligible for a claim.

Can car insurance company deny your claim?

Yes, car insurance company can deny you a claim. The first reason is you being very rude and abusive to the workers of the insurance company. You will be quickly transferred from the call centre to right up to area manager and everything you say will be recorded. This will end up in a refusal in your claim with a note that you have beached the good faith and the company will also black list you.

The second reason is fraud. In most of the cases, the company can smell fraud claims and you will simply be denied the claim.

How is car insurance premium calculated?

Car insurance premium is calculated based on many factors. Some of them are:
Your driving record – If you have filed a claim during last year, you are more likely to pay higher premium as you are considered a risky driver.
Your city – if you live in a highly populated city, the chances that you will meet with an accident is high. If you live in a city with high crime rate, there are high chances that your car can get stolen. In both the cases you end up paying high premium.
Coverage history – insurance company will check on if you have a gap in your policy coverage. If you do not get your policy renewed in time, the premium will go up.
Your vehicle – the more expensive car you drive, the more will be the cost of repair in case you meet with an accident. As the cost of your car goes up, so does the cost of the insurance.
How much you drive – if you spend more time driving on roads, the chances of meeting with an accident goes up and you can expect higher insurance cost.
Your gender – it may sound strange but generally female are considered safe drivers. The cost of insurance may be less for females.
No claim bonus – if you have not claimed the insurance during previous year, you get a no claim bonus.

Why car insurance premium increase?

You might have noticed that despite being a good driver with no on road accidents history, the premium of your car insurance goes up at renewal time. If so, you are not alone. There are many factors that contribute to increase in premiums. Let’s look at few of them.

Spare part costs – Spare parts cost goes up each year. Insurance company must shell out more money each year and this increased cost is evenly distributed over to the consumers.

Distracted drivers – Each year people using smartphones while driving is on rise. Statistics show that accidents due to distracted drivers are on rise in last few years. More accidents mean more claims and insurance company must pay more and more in claim each year. This increased amount of claim payment is evenly distributed over to the consumers.

Car insurance fraud – You are telling every truth you know to your insurance company. But there are people who lie. They claim own damages as accidents. Insurance companies incur a heavy loss due to insurance fraud. Again, this increased load is distributed among consumers.

Increased medical costs – cost of medical help goes up each year. Insurance company must pay more compared to previous year. This increase in cost is distributed among consumers.

Place of stay – It may sound strange, but the place you live in matters. If you live in a city with high crime rate, there are more changes your vehicle will be stolen or vandalised. You end up paying more for the risk.

Weather conditions – If the place where you live has extreme weather conditions like hurricane, cyclones, heavy snowfalls, the chances of damages to your vehicle increases. This risk is passed on to you as a hike in premium.

Rise in traffic – statistics shows that each year the traffic is on rise and people tend to drive more hours on roads. This increases the chances of accidents and subsequently paying claims. This cost is distributed among the consumers.

Are car insurance rates higher for senior citizens?

Senior citizens are considered riskier while at driver’s seat, just as those under 25 years. Therefore, car insurance rates are higher for senior citizens.

What are the benefits of having a car insurance?

Apart from the requirement by law, car insurance can maintain your financial well being by passing on the risk of paying for consequences of car accident or other mis happenings to the insurance company. If you are hit by uninsured or underinsured driver, your insurance can pay for the repair and the medical bills. Car insurance provides benefits to the survivor when someone dies in the car accident. It also covers the law suit including legal fees brought against you in case of an accident.

Car insurance also saves you time after you have met with an accident. The insurance company will recommend the car repair garage, pay for the repair and communicate with other driver’s insurance company and negotiate the payment of other persons claim. A good insurance company will help you through the process.

Which car insurance is best in India?

Car insurance is not only mandatory by law, but it should be chosen wisely. Choose the one that satisfies your insurance needs. Here are eight top car insurance companies.

1. ICICI Lombard GIC Ltd.
ICICI Lombard car insurance covers loss or damage to your vehicle against natural and man-made calamities, third party cover and personal accident cover.

2. TATA AIG GIC Ltd.
They have 5 plans in vehicle insurance sector:
• Auto Secure-Private Car Package Policy
• Auto Secure-Two-Wheeler Package Policy
• Long-Term Two-Wheeler Package Policy
• Auto Secure-Commercial Vehicle Package Policy
• Liability Only Policy

3. Bajaj Allianz GIC Ltd.
You can get benefits like 24×7 road side assistance, 50% no claim bonus when switching over from other insurer, over 4000 garages all over the country with cashless facility, zero depreciation offer.

4. Bharti AXA General Insurance
Offers cashless garage facility with over 2500 garages, add ons like no claim bonus, zero depreciation cover etc.

5. The New India Assurance Co. Ltd.
Operating in 28 countries, are oldest general insurance company in India. The company has more 230 insurance products. They cover all the general aspects of a vehicle insurance.

6. The oriental Insurance Co. Ltd.
It is run by the central government of India. They offer insurance for private cars only.

7. HDFC ERGO General Insurance Co. Ltd.
Some of the key features are 24×7 assistance, paperless car insurance, cashless claim service at over 4800 garages.

8. United India Insurance Co. Ltd.
Their car insurance has the following features: package plan and liability plan offered, hassle free documentation process, no claim bonus.

Where to compare car insurance quotes?

You can check the car insurance companies’ websites directly and get a quote and compare them. You may also use the service of web aggregators like acko, policy bazaar and coverfox to compare and choose the right policy for car insurance.

Mumbai traffic fines 2019

Sr.No Section Offence Fine Amount
1 250 A MMVR/177 MVA Talking On Mobile Phone 200
2 3/181 MVA (Driver) Without Valid MDL 500
3 5/180 MVA (Owner) Allowed Unauthorized Persons to Drive 500
4 130 (1) MVA/177 MVA Driver Failed or Refused to Produce MDL 200
5 15 (2) (2) RRR/177 MVA Parking-Footpath 200
6 15 (2) (1) RRR/177 MVA Parking- on or Near Bend 200
7 15 (2) (1) RRR/177 MVA Parking-on Bridge 200
8 15 (2) (1) RRR/177 MVA Parking- on Road Crossing 200
9 15 (2) (1) RRR/177 MVA Parking-Not As Indicated in ? No Parking Board ? 200
10 15 (2) (8) RRR/177 MVA Parking-Gate 200
11 15 (2) (5) RRR/177 MVA Parking – Opposite Another MV 200
12 122 MVA/177 MVA Causing Obstruction to Free Flow of Traffic 200
13 15 (2) (3) RRR/177 MVA Parking- Near Signal or Pedestrian Crossing 200
14 185 MVA Drunk and Drive (Non-Compoundable Offence)
15 51 CMVR/177 MVA Fancy Number Plate 1000
16 15 (2) (9) RRR/177 MVA Parking on Wrong Side of Road 200
17 105 CMVR/177 MVA Without Head Light 200
18 21 (1) RRR/177 MVA Honking 200
19 112 A/183 MVA Speed Limit ? Violation By Driver 1000
20 112 A/183 MVA If Owner Instigate His Driver (Employee) 1000
21 100 (2) CMVR/177 MVA Tainted Glasses 200
22 178 (3) MVA Refusal to Ply Auto Rickshaw 50
23 178 (3) MVA Refusal to Ply Taxi 200
24 21 (7) MMVR/177 MVA Meter Flag Down On Stand 200
25 39 MVA/192 (1) MVA i) Two wheeler MV w/ Reg. 1000
26 39 MVA/192 (2) MVA ii) Other Than Two Wheeler MV W/Reg. 2000
27 21 (16) MMVR/177 MVA Rickshaw/ Taxi Driver Smoking While Driving 200
28 21 (18) MMVR/177 MVA Rickshaw/ Taxi Driver Without Uniform 200
29 15 (2) (10) RRR/177 MVA Parking at Prohibited Place 200
30 128(1)/177 MVA Triple Seat 200
31 233 MMVR/177 MVA Reverse Without Precaution 200
32 21 (20) MMVR/177 MVA Excess Passengers (Rickshaw/Taxi) 200
33 12 RRR/177 MVA Took U Turn Where Prohibited 200
34 102 (1) CMVR/177 MVA Turning Without Electric Light Direction 200
35 8 RRR/177 MVA Road Junction, Intersection – No Slow Down 200
36 123 MVA/177 MVA Riding On Running Board Outside Vehicle 200
37 186 MVA Driver Physically or Mentally Unfit to Drive 500
38 4 RRR/177 MVA Overtaking From Left 200
39 13(A) RRR/177 MVA Driver Failed to Give Slow Down Signal 200
40 9 RRR/177 MVA Give Way to Traffic On Right Side 200
41 18 (1) RRR/177 MVA Lane Cutting 200
42 7 RRR/177 MVA Obstructing Overtaking 200
43 18 (2) RRR/177 MVA Cross Yellow Line Violation Overtaking 200
44 19 (1) RRR/177 MVA Halted On Stop Line or Pedestrian Crossing 200
45 103 (2) CMVR/177 MVA Parking Lights Not On (Two / Three Wheeler) 200
46 109 CMVR/177 MVA Parking Lights Not on Other Than (Two / Three Wheeler) 200
47 21 (2) RRR/177 MVA Honking in Silence Zone 200
48 21 (1) RRR/177 MVA Honking Continually 200
49 119 (2) CMVR/190 (2) MVA Multi Toned Horn Used 500
50 239 MMVR/177 MVA Jumping Signal 200
51 22 (A)RRR/177 MVA Violation of Signal Given By Traffic Police 200
52 189 MVA Racing /Speed Test Violation 2000
53 184 MVA Dangerous Driving 1000
54 202 MMVR/177 MVA Unsafe-Dangerous Transportation of Goods 200
55 52 MVA/191 MVA Alteration in M.V. Without RTOs Permission 1000
56 165 MMVR/177 MVA Without Mud Guard 200
57 161 MMVR/177 MVA Without Side Mirror 200
58 162 MMVR/177 MVA TV/Video Set on Dashboard 200
59 94 (2) CMVR/177 MVA Tyre Damaged 200
60 104 (1) CMVR/177 MVA Without Reflector 1000
61 198 MVA Unauthorized Interference With Vehicle 1000
62 101 CMVR/177 MVA Without Wiper 200
63 178 (3) MMVR Refusal to Ply Auto 50
64 21 (5) MMVR/177 MVA Rickshaw/Taxi Waiting to Ply Out of Stand 200
65 21 (14) MMVR/177 MVA Rickshaw/Taxi Insufficient Fuel 200
66 21 (19) MMVR/177 MVA Unclean Vehicle 200
67 21 (10) MMVR/177 MVA Carry Cleaner in Permit Vehicle 200
68 146 MMVR/177 MVA Meter Faulty 200
69 23 (1) MMVR/177 MVA Carrying Animal Dangerously 200
70 24 (2) MMVR/177 MVA Badge Failed to Display 200
71 125/177 MVA Obstruction to Driver 200
72 119/177 MVA Traffic Signs Not Obeyed 200
73 2 RRR/177 MVA Driving on Wrong Side of Road 200
74 146 MVA /196 MVA Without Valid Insurance (Driver) A300
75 146 MVA /196 MVA Without Valid Insurance (Owner) 2000
76 3 (C) CMVR/177 MVA L Board Without 200
77 236 (1) MMVR/177 MVA Number plate not visible 200
78 129 MVA/177 MVA Without Helmet fine in mumbai 500
79 138 (3) CMVR/177 MVA Without Seatbelt 200
80 17 (1) RRR/177MVA No Entry / One Way 200
81 13 RRR/177 MVA Signal Not Given By Driver 200
82 178 (1) MVA Without Ticket 200
83 190 (2) MVA Unsafe Vehicle Drive On Road 500

How to park in reverse between cars

Parking in front of the station is easy, just keep the reduced distance to the object in front and stop before the obstacle, which cannot be said about reverse parking. Sooner or later, any driver will face this.

Therefore, such a parking skill will be needed whenever there is a need to place the vehicle in a limited area between other vehicles.

Parking in reverse between two cars

First of all, you need to make sure that the mirrors are adjusted and that you can see the zone located behind and on the sides of the vehicle. The inside of the mirror should display the side of the vehicle, and in the rest of the area – the roadway behind the car.

Some drivers lower the left mirror with the regulator so that it can see part of the rear wheel. This is done in cases where a high curb is installed on the edge of the carriageway, in the parking area, and there are fears of damaging the vehicle or the wheel.

There are several basic ways to park in reverse:

  • parallel;
  • perpendicular.

In large cities, drivers often leave their cars along the road near the curb one after another. This method of parking is found in places where there are no sites specially equipped for parking and you have to apply the skills of parallel parking.

It is important to understand that in a limited area, parallel parking should be carried out exclusively in reverse, otherwise it is impossible to park the car exactly in a free “pocket”, and this is fraught with an accident.

Scheme of parallel parking in reverse between two cars

Step-by-step instruction

The proposed instruction describes the process of parking in reverse on the left side of the roadway.

1. First of all, you need to visually determine for yourself the future place to park the car. To do this, you must slowly move along standing cars in search of free space. The future parking space should be of such size that the distance between the bumpers of the car parked as a result is 50-60 cm.  Another way is to visually determine that there is a free space of about 1.5 times the size of your vehicle. Such a margin of distance will allow the driver to maneuver and not interfere with standing cars when leaving the parking area.

2. It is recommended for novice drivers to stop parallel to the vehicle in front, maintaining a side distance of 50-60 cm between the cars. This is in the case when the size of your vehicle is almost equal to the size of the vehicle in front. Else, the rear wheel of your car must be in line with rear bumper of the car in front. At this stage, the car is in position, ready to start the movement backwards.

3. Before you start driving in reverse, it is important to make sure that the rear-view mirror does not have moving cars behind you, and such a maneuver will not be dangerous for other road users.

4. In such a position, the right rear corner of the parked car should be clearly visible in the left side mirror. At this stage, this is the main landmark, which is adjusted by the reverse gear.

5. Now you need to turn the steering wheel to the left and slowly start driving while watching through the left mirror about the side distance between the parked car. This stage is very important, and the final result of parking depends on the correctness of its implementation.

6. It is necessary to move with the steering wheel turned to the left until the rear part of the vehicle goes behind the right rear corner of the parked car in front, and in the right mirror the left headlight of the car standing behind  can be seen. Thus, the parked car will take a diagonal position relative to the roadway and standing cars. After that, it is recommended to stop to assess the situation.

7. At the next stage, you need to put the steering wheel in its original position, in which the wheels will be positioned straight and using the mirrors slowly start moving backward until the part of the car parked in front taken as a guideline is visually not visible through the right front corner of the car. Else visually the left mirror of your car is just behind the right tail light of the car in front.

8. Next, you need to rotate the steering wheel all the way to the right, and move until the required position is occupied. If necessary, by moving forward you can correct the position.

Video lesson – how to park in reverse between cars:

Perpendicular Parking

This type of parking is often used:

  • in the courtyards;
  • in the parking lot in front of the supermarket;
  • parking lots.

Scheme of perpendicular parking in reverse

Step-by-step instruction

Instructions for perpendicular parking with a left turn of the steering wheel:

  1. We choose the place of the upcoming parking so that the lateral distance between the cars is at least 40-50 cm in total. Otherwise, it will be problematic to open the doors for the driver and passengers of parked vehicles.
  2. We move perpendicular to the standing cars until we drive a little ahead from the free space. This will be the starting position for the start of the maneuver.
  3. We stop so that the trunk area is at the level of the rear of the parked car at a distance of 40-50 cm.
  4. Turning the steering wheel to the extreme left position. Before driving, make sure that the back of the space is free to start maneuvers.
  5. Focusing on the left side mirror, we begin a slow movement back keeping the initially taken distance between vehicles.
  6. When the car takes a parallel position relative to other cars, align the steering wheel to its original position and complete the maneuver.
  7. If the distance to the cars on the one hand turned out more than the other, you can move your position forward and move it straight back.

Video – perpendicular parking between cars:

Yellow box junctions

So, what exactly is a yellow box junction?

Box junctions, marked with yellow cross-hatching, were introduced in 1964, the first one being in London. The aim was to prevent traffic from blocking junctions when it could not proceed and thus prevent ‘gridlock’ on the road.

Yellow (and occasionally white) boxes are used anywhere where the road needs to be kept clear. The example below shows a yellow box being used to keep a junction clear.

Normally you will see yellow box markings in towns or busy thoroughfares. The markings can also be found outside the police, fire ambulance stations or hospitals where there is an access to road forming a junction with the main road.

The basic principle that applies to yellow boxes is that you must not enter the box unless there is enough room to exit. It is an offence to block a box junction – the only exception to the rule is explained below.

The diagram above shows a car at point ‘A’ wishing to turn right into road ‘C’. As long as road ‘C’ is clear, it is OK for the car to move to pont ‘B’. In other words, you may enter the box and wait when you want to turn right, and are only stopped from doing so by oncoming traffic, or by other vehicles waiting to turn right. In the diagram below, no one would be able to enter the yellow box because the exits are not clear.

Jharkhand traffic fines 2019

S No. Description Section of DMVR/CMVR/M.V.ACT COMPOUNDING 1st Offence (INR) Fee 2nd Offence (INR)
1. Red Light Jumping 119/177 & 184 of M.V. Act 990/- 2070/-
2. Disobey of Traffic Rules 119/177 90/- 270/-
3. Improper and Obstructive Parking 122/177 90/- 270/-
4. Travelling on Running Board 123(2)/177 90/- 270/-
5. Triple riding 128/177 90/- 270/-
6. Driving without helmet 129/177 90/- 270/-
7. Not displaying number plate 50/177 90/- 270/-
8. Misbehaviour by TSR/TAXI Driver 11.3/177, 66/192 A Not Compoundable
9. Over charging by TSR/Taxi 11.8/177, 66/192 A Not Compoundable
10. Refusal by TSR/Taxi 11.9/177, 66/192 A Not Compoundable
11. Driving without light (After sun set) 105/177 90/- 270/-
12. Driving without horn 119(1)/177 90/- 270/-
13. Driving without Silencer 120/190)2) 900/- 1800/-
14. Driving with a defective number plate 50/177 90/- 270/-
15. Violation of Stop line 113(1)/177 90/- 270/-
16. Disobeying Lawful directions 132/197 Not Compoundable Not Compoundable
17. Allowing unauthorised person to drive 5/180 900/- 900/-
18. Driving by minors 4/181 450/- 450/-
19. Driving without licence 3/181 450/- 450/-
20. Over Speeding(1st Offence) 112/183(1) 360/- 900/-
21. Abetment for over speeding 112/183(1) 360/- 900/-
22. Driving dangerously 184 900/- 1800/-
23. Using unregistered vehicle or displaying “Applied for” 39/192 4500/- 9000/-
24. Violation of restriction of time on RTVs/care on various roads 115/194 900/- 2700/-
25. Blowing of Pressure Horn 119/192 (2) 900/- 1800/-
26. Conductor without uniform 23(1)/177 90/- 270/-
27. Driver without uniform 7/177 90/- 270/-
28. Conductor without badge 22(1)/177 90/- 270/-
29. Carrying Passengers on goods vehicles 84(2)/177,39/192 & 66/192A 9090/- 18180/-
30. Carrying goods inside the passengers vehicles 84(3)/177,39/192 & 66/192A 9090/- 18180/-
31. Use of coloured light on Motor Vehilce 97(2)/177 90/- 270/-
32. Smoking in the vehicle (passenger) 86.1(5)/177 90/- 270/-
3) Major Motor Vehicle Offences
S No. Description Section of DMVR/CMVR/M.V.ACT COMPOUNDING 1st Offence (INR) Fee 2nd Offence (INR)
1. Excess smoke 115(2)/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
2. Without pollution control certificate 115(7)/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
3. If condition of tyre is bad 94/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
4. Size and ply rating of 95/190 (2) wheels tyre changed 95/190 (2) 900/- 1800/-
5. Hand brake is not working/not fitted 96(1)/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
6. Safety glass/rear view mirror not fitted 100/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
7. Side indicators/ brake light not working/ not fitted 102/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
8. Wind screen wiper not fitted/ not working only for four wheelers 101/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
9. Head light not fitted/not working 105/(190(2) 900/- 1800/-
10. Dipper light not working/not fitted 106/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
11. Parking light not fitted/not working 109/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
12. Head light not fitted/not working for auto rickshaw 110/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
13. Spot light/search light installed in vehicle 111/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
14. Speedo meter not fitted/not working 117/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
15. Harsh/shrill/loud/ alarming/pressure horn prohibited 119/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
16. Silencer not fitted/not working/ poor condition leakages. 120/190(2) 900/- 1800/-
17. Speed governor not fitted/not working for HGV/LGV/HPV 118/190(2),66/192 A Not Compoundable
18. Alteration in vehicle 52/191,39/192 4950/- 9450/-
19. Overloading in goods vehicles 113/194 2000/- min. and Rs. 1000/tonne of excess load Plus liability to pay charges for offloading the excess load 2000/- min. and Rs. 1000/tonne of excess load Plus liability to pay charges for offloading the excess load
20. Without permit or contravention of any permit conditions 66/192 A Not Compoundable
21. Without registration or contravention of registration book 39/192 4500/- 9000/-
22. Without insurance 146/196 900/- 1800/-
23. Without fitness 56/190(2) & 39/192 5400/- 10800/-
24. Overloading in passenger vehicle 11(7)/177, 39/192 4590/- 9270/-

UP traffic police challan rates 2019

S.No. Officers on whom authority conferred to compound Offence Section  under which offence punishable Amount for composition specified (Rs.)
1 2 3 4 5
1. Gazetted officers of Civil Police/Traffic Police and

Inspectors/Sub Inspectors of Traffic Police and

All Police Station Officers   within Jurisdiction of   district appointed. 

Driving licence given to other person Motor Vehicles      Act 1988, Section 6(2) read with Section 177      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s) 

2.               -Above- Using Registration  Number of other State for more than 12 months Motor Vehicles Act 1988, Section 47 read with Section 177      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

3.               -Above- Fail to produce Driving Licence on demand Motor Vehicles Act 1988, Section 130(1) and Section 177      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

4.               -Above- 1. Use of walkman while driving.

2. Use of mobile phone while driving.

Sub rules(6) (D)  and 25 of  Rule 21 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1989 read with Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988        100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

5.               -Above- Driving two wheeler without helmet U.P. Motor Vehicles Rules          1998

Rule 201 read with Motor Vehicles Act 1988 Section 177

      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

6.             -Above- Violation of traffic rules by driver (Traffic Red Light/ Yellow Light (Continuous) and changing lanes without signals Motor Vehicles     Act 1988  Section 119 read with  Section 177       100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

7.             -Above- Driver not using specified traffic signals Motor Vehicles     Act 1988  Section 121 read with  Section 177      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

8             -Above- Driving two wheeler with 3 passengers Motor Vehicles     Act 1988  Section 128 read with  Section 177      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

9.             -Above- Dangerously parked vehicles at public place Motor Vehicles     Act 1988  Section 122, 126 read with  Section 177      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

10.             -Above- Four wheeler driver and front seat passenger not using seat belts. Central Motor Vehicles  Rules    1989  Rule 138 (3)  read with  Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 177      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

11.                 -Above- 1. Driving Vehicles without number plate

2.Number plate not made in prescribed format. Numbers or letters not in prescribed shape and size.

   Central Motor   Vehicles  Rules    1989  Rule 50  read with  Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 177

Central Motor Vehicles  Rules    1989  Rule 51  read with  Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 177

      100/-

Ist  Offence

300/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

12.                 -Above- Directions not followed according to Law Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 179 (!)      500/-
13.                 -Above- Providing fake information or hiding information Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 179 (2)     500/-
14.                 -Above- Against Motor Vehicles Act 1988 Section 3 & 4, giving own vehicles and permission to other person to drive. Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 5 read with Section 180      1000/-
15.                 -Above- Driving Vehicles at public place by Under Age person Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 4 read with Section 181     500/-
16.                 -Above- Driving Vehicles at public place without driving licence Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 3 read with Section 181      500/-
17.                 -Above- Driving Vehicles with Exceeding prescribed speed limit. Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 112 read with Section 183      400/-

Ist  Offence

1000/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

18.                 -Above- Driving Vehicles dangerously Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 184      1000/-

Ist  Offence

2000/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

19.               -Above- Driving Vehicles by mentally or physically disabled person Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 186        200/-

Ist  Offence

500/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

20.               -Above- Violates prescribed standards of Road safety, control of noise and Air pollution at public place. Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 190(2)        1000/-

Ist  Offence

2000/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

21.               -Above- Use of unregistered Vehicles in public place. Motor Vehicles Act 1988 section 39 read with section 192      5000/-

Ist  Offence

10000/-

2nd Offence or Subsequent offences(s)

22.             -Above- To participate in Race of
trial of Speed without
written permission of
Govenment
Section 189 of Motor Vehicle Act 1988      500/-

Ist  or
Subsequent offences(s)

23.             -Above- Use of Un-Insured Vehicle Section 196 of Motor Vehicles Act 1988 read with Section 146      1000/-

Ist  or
Subsequent offences(s)

24.             -Above- Unauthorised interfernce in Vehicles Section 198 of Motor Vehicles Act 1988     100/-

Ist  or
Subsequent offences(s)

25.             -Above- Violation of use and speed control orders of Vehicle Section 115 of Motor Vehicles Act 1988 read with Rule 178 of U.P. Motor Vehicles Rules 1998 and Dection 194(1) of Motor Vehicles Act 1988      2000/-

Ist  or
Subsequent offences(s)

Bihar police traffic challan rates 2019

Offences  MVA Penalty
1. Not carrying valid licence while driving 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
2. Not carrying documents as required 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
3. Dangerous Lane cutting 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
4. Moving against One-Way 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
5. Overtaking dangerously 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
6. Jumping Signal (driving at red light) 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
7. Driving on Footpath 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
8. Stopping at Pedestrian Crossing or Crossing Stop Line 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
9. Parking Violations 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
10. Horn offences 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
11. Number Plate Offences 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
12. Improper use of Headlights 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
13. Charging Excess Fare 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
14. Misbehavior with Passenger 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
15. Refusal to ply for Hire 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100;
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
16. Breach of rules regarding carriage of hazardous goods 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs.
300
17. Using Mobile Phones while driving 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs.
300
18. Driving without Helmet 177 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs.
300
19. Breach of order, refusal to give information 179 Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to 1 month or both.
20. Allowing the vehicle to be driven by a person who does not
possess a valid licence
180 Fine up to Rs 1000 or Imprisonment up to
3 months or both.
21. Driving without valid licence 181 Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to
3 months or both.
22. Offences related to driving license 182 Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to
3 months or both.
23. Lack of proper maintenance and structure
of vehicle
182(A) First Offence: Rs. 1000; Subsequent
Offence: Rs. 5000
24. Driving at a speed exceeding as
mentioned in MVA:112
183 First Offence: Rs. 400; Subsequent
Offence: Rs. 1000.
25. Dangerous or Reckless Driving 184 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 1000 or
Imprisonment up to 6 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs.
2000 or Imprisonment up to 2 yrs or both.
26. Driving under influence of Drugs or Alcohols 185 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 2000 or
Imprisonment up to 6 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs.
3000 or Imprisonment up to 2 yrs or both.
27. Accidental Offences 187 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 500 or
Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs.
1000 or Imprisonment up to 6 months or both
28. Illegal racing on road 189 Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to
1 month or both.
29. Using vehicle in Unsafe conditions 190 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 250.
Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 1000 or Imprisonment up to 2 yrs or
both.
30. Using Loudspeaker beyond specified limit 190(2) First Offence: Rs. 1000; Subsequent
Offence: Rs. 2000.
31. Carriage of goods which are of dangerous
& hazardous nature to human life
190(3) First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 3000 or
Imprisonment up to 1 year or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs.
5000 or Imprisonment up to 1 years or both.
32. Driving without Registration and valid
Permit
192 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not
less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent
Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment
up to 1 yr or both.
33. Driving without valid Fitness
Certificate
192 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not
less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent
Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment
up to 1 yr or both.
34. Using Private vehicle for Commercial
purposes
192 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not
less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent
Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment
up to 1 yr or both.
35. Breach of Permit conditions 192 First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not
less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent
Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment
up to 1 yr or both.
36. Overloading a vehicle beyond extent
limit
194 Fine up to Rs 2000 and Rs. 1000 per
tonne of extra load.
37. Driving without Insurance 196 Fine up to Rs 1000 or Imprisonment up to
3 months or both.
38. Driving of vehicle without legal
authority
197 Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to
3 months or both.
39. Disturbance in free flow of traffic 201 Fine up to Rs 50 per hour.

Delhi traffic police challan rates 2019

S.No. Offence Penal Section Comp.or Non.Comp Fine Amount Subsequent Fine Amount
1. Driver without Uniform(in PSVs) 66.1/192A MV Act Non Compoundable To Court To Court
2. No Overtaking(General Motorists) 6 RRR/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
3. Smoking By Driver/Conductor DMVR 11.2/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
4. Park/Wait in Bus Lane/Bus Stand(General Motorists) RRR15(2)/177 MVAct Compoundable 100/- 300/-
5. Open Dala RRR 16.1/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
6. One-way violation/Driving against the flow of traffic RRR 17(1)177 MV Act and 184 M.V.Act Compoundable 100/-& 184 MV Act 1000/- 300/- & 2000
7. Violation of Yellow Line(Central Verge) 18(11)RRR/119/177 MVAct Compoundable 100/- 300/-
8. Blowing of pressure horn 21 RRR/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
9. Conductor without PSV badge 66(1) 192A MV Act Non Compoundable To Court To Court
10. Giving alms to beggars or buying articles from hackers/vendors at intersection 22(a) RRR/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
11. Conductor without uniform 66(1)/192A MV Act Non Compoundable To Court To Court
12. Carrying high/long load RRR 29/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
13. Advertisement on vehicle DMVR 71.2/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
14. Cruelty with animal DMVR 80/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
15. Carrying goods on passenger vehicle DMVR 84(4)/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
16. Carrying passenger on goods vehicle 84(2) DMVR/177 & 184 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
17. Without log group CMVR 85(10)/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
18. Smoking in the vehicle DMVR 86.1(5)/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
19. Using horn in “NO HONKING ZONE” DMVR 96(1)/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
20. Use of coloured light on motor DMVR 97(2)/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
21. Without valid PUC certificate 115 CMVR/ 190(2) MV Act Compoundable 1000/- 2000/-
22. Excess Smoke DMVR 99(1)(a)/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
23. Use of tinted glass 100(2) CMVR/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
24. Without wiper CMVR 101/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
25. Playing of music in buses and use of DVD screen in private cars 102 DMVR/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
26. Driving Without light after sunset CMVR 105/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
27. Using siren DMVR 107/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
28. Using high beam 112(4)(a)&(c)/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
29. Violation of stop line 113(1)DMVR/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
30. Violation of traffic signal 119/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
31. Violation of mandatory road signs 119/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
32. Driving without horn CMVR 119.1/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
33. Driving left hand drive indicator 120/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
34. Driving without silencer CMVR 120/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
35. Obstructive/Improper parking where police direction is indicated through a sign board of “No Parking” 122/177 MV Act &179 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
36. To travel on footboard 123/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
37. Travelling without Pass/Ticket 124/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
38. Obstructive driving(Extra Passenger on Driver Seat) 125/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
39. Triple riding on two wheeler 128/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
40. Driver/Pillion rider without helmet 129/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
41. Not using seat belts 138(3) CMVR/177 MV Act Compoundable 100/- 300/-
42. Not displaying number Plate/Defective number plate/Fancy number plate CMVR 50,51/177 MV Act & alongwith section 39/192 MV Act. Compoundable 100/- 300/-
43. Without HSRP 39/192 MV Act Compoundable 4500/- 9000/-
44. Permit holder/driver of contact carriage refuses to carry passengers 66(1)/192 MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
45. To drive a vehicle without license 3/181 MV Act Compoundable 500/-
46. Allowing unauthorized person to drive vehicle 5/180 MV Act Compoundable 1000/-
47. Driving a vehicle without registration 39/192 MV Act Compoundable 5000/- 10000/-
48. Using unregistered vehicles or displaying applied for 39/192 MV Act Compoundable 4500/- 9000/-
49. Driving a vehicle without fitness 96/192 MV Act Compoundable 5000/- 10000/-
50. Not displaying the helpline No.of Delhi police and transport department in a bus 66/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
51. Violation of supreme court directions violation of permit conditions 66/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
52. Driving a vehicle without valid permit 66/192-A MV Act(Vehicle to be impounded for 15 days and not to be released until permit is renewed) Non Compoundable To court to court
53. Misbehaviour by TSR/Taxi driver 66(1)/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court- to court
54. Overcharging by TSR/Taxi 66(1)/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
55. Refusal by TSR/Taxi driver 66(1)/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
56. Overtaking to other commercial vehicle in running condition 66/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
57. Picking passenger without stand 66.1/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
58. Running in first lane (not in bus lane) 66.1/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
59. Without speed governor 66.1/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court-
60. School bus without school board 66.1/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
61. Bus not stopping within one meter of the kerb of the authorized bus stop 66.1/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
62. Plying of bus with open doors 66.1/192-A MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
63. To drive overweight vehicle 113/194 MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
64. Violation of no entry timings by goods vehicles 115/194 MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
65. Driving a vehicles without insurance 146/196 MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
66. Violation of directions of a police officer and misbehaviour with a police officer 132/179 MV Act Compoundable 500/-
67. With holding of information 179 (2) Compoundable 500/-
68. Driving of vehicle by disqualified person 182(1) Compoundable 500/-
69. Disqualified conductor 182(2) Compoundable 500/-
70. Over speeding 112/183 MV Act Compoundable 400/- 1000/-
71. Causing the employee to drive at excessive speed 183(2) Compoundable 300/- 500/-
72. Driving dangerously 184 MV Act (or Case under section 279 IPC) Compoundable 1000/- 2000/-
73. Using mobile while driving a vehicle 184 MV Act Compoundable 1000/- 2000/-
74. Drive a vehicle after consuming intoxicants substances(narco-drugs), alcohol(violation of blood alcohol concentration over 3MG./100ML)etc. 185 MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
75. Driving when mentally and physically unfit 186 MV Act Compoundable 200/- 500/-
76. Punishment relating to accidents 187 MV Act Non Compoundable To court To court
77. Racing and trials of speed 189 MV Act Compoundable 500/-
78. Air/noise pollution 190(2) MV Act Compoundable 1000/- 2000
79. Sale of vehicle in contravention of Act 191 MV Act Compoundable 500/-
80. To take away vehicle without permission 197 MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
81. Unauthorized interference with vehicle 198 MV Act Non Compoundable To court to court
82. Without RUPD and LUPD 124 CMVR/190(2) MV Act Compoundable 1000/- 2000/-

 

Vehicle Towing Charges

S.No. Vehicle Category Charges
1. Two Wheeler/TSR 100/-
2. Car/Jeep/Van 200/-
3. Empty Truck (lifted or towed) 300/-
4. Load Truck (Towed) 400/-
5. Empty Medium/Light Motor Vehicle (lifted or towed) 300/-
6. Loaded Medium/Light Motor Vehicle (towed) 400/-
7. Bus 400/-

Haryana traffic challan fine list 2019





Untitled Document

Serial Number

Description of offence

Relevant
provision/ section of law constituting offence/under which

Composition fees (in Rupees)

 

 

For first offence

For subsequent offence

1.

 

Abrupt Brake without sufficient
reason
177 100 300

2.

 

Any person driving or permitting to drive any vehicle with a left hand steering control unless equipped with a device of prescribed nature 120/177 100 300

3.

 

Any person in-charge of a vehiclekeeping or permitting to keep a vehicle stationary without the required precautions. 126/177 100 300

4.

 

Blowing Horn, Multi-toned Horn needlessly/continuously 177 100 300

5.

 

Carrying
Explosive / Inflammable/ Dangerous Substance on Public Service Vehicle
177 100 300

6.

 

Carrying more than capacity on Registration Certificate/Triple Riding on 2-wheeler 128(1)/177 100 300

7.

 

Crossing a Divided Road/ Central Verge where no proper crossing is provided 119/177 100 300

8.

 

Did not stop on the Stop Line/Zebra Crossing Line 119/177 100 300

9.

 

Disobeying Police Signal 119/117 100 300

10.

 

Without Helmet or Turban/ Helmet not fastened/Helmet not of Bureau of Indian Standards 129/177 100 300

11.

 

Without seat belt 177 100 300

12.

 

Driving vehicle backwards (reversing) more than necessary for turning 177 100 300

13.

 

Failing to lower Head-Light Beam 177 100 300

14.

 

Failing to yield the right-of-way at
intersection/ Roundabout/ Pedestrian Crossing
177 100 300

15.

 

Failure to make prescribed Signal on prescribed occasions – while Turning/ while Overtaking etc. 177 100 300

16.

 

Failure to produce Driving/Conductor License on demand by a police officer in uniform 177 100 300

17.

 

Failure to report change of address/ Fact of transfer of vehicle within prescribed period 49/177 100 300

18.

 

Failure to take precautions at unguarded railway level crossings 131/177 100 300

19.

 

Holder of a Driving license permitting it to be used by other person 6(2)/177 100 300

20.

 

Improper Towing of Disable Vehicles 177 100 300

21.

 

Jumping Red Light 119/177 100 300

22.

 

Learner Driver without "L”
Plate
177 100 300

23.

 

Learner Driver carrying
unqualified passenger
177 100 300

24.

 

Misbehavior by driver of a taxicab, maxi-cab, three seater rickshaw 177 100 300

25.

 

Number plate not according to pattern/without Number Plate/Registration Mark Obscured 177 100 300

26.

 

Obstructing Overtaking 177 100 300

27.

 

Overcharging by three seater rickshaw/taxi 177 100 300

28.

 

Overtaking in No Overtaking Zone 177 100 300

29.

 

Plying a vehicle with Registration Mark of other State for more than 12 month 47/177 100 300

30.

 

Plying Music at High Pitch 177 100 300

31.

 

School Bus driver/conductor without proper uniform & name plate 177 100 300

32.

 

Carrying more than capacity:-

(a)

Educational vehicles (1.5 ‘ times)

(b)

Three wheeler auto­-rickshaw
|c) For all other vehicles

177
74(l)(iii)/ 177 72(l)(vii)/76(l)(ii)/177
10/extra student
10/extra passenger –
50/extra passenger
20 /extra student
20/extra
passenger
100 / extra passenger

33.

 

School Bus crossing 50 kilometers per hour speed limit 177 100 300

34.

 

School Bus not of prescribed
colour
(Yellow/Blue)
177 100 300

35.

 

School Bus without attendant 177 100 300

36.

 

Failure to report to Registering Authority fact of transfer of vehicle within time prescribed 50/177 100 300

37.

 

School Bus without name of School/ without Route/Time Table Board 177 100
 
300

38.

 

Smoking while driving 177 100 300

39.

 

Sounding the Horn in Silence Zone 177 100 300

40.

 

Taking U-Turn where prohibited 177 100 300

41.

 

Travelling on Running Board 177 100 300

42.

 

Unauthorized Lane changing/Zigzag Driving 177 100 300

43.

 

Unauthorized Post-Registration alternation of vehicle Engine/Basic structure 52/177 100 300

44.

 

Unauthorized use of Sun Film/Tinted Glasses/ Curtain 177 100 300

45.

 

Using Mobile Phone while Driving 177 100 300

46.

 

Violation of Mandatory Signs- No Left Turn/No Right Turn/Compulsory Turn/One- Way Traffic/No Entry Sign or Wrong Side Driving/ Entry /Turn 177 100 300

47.

 

Violation of Yellow Line 177 100 300

48.

 

Without Fire Extinguisher
Public Service
Vehicles
177 100 300

49.

 

Without First-Aid Box 177 100 300

50.

 

Failure of driver to stop in certain cases 132/177 100 300

51.

 

Carrying persons in excess of seating capacity in goods carriage 177 100/extra person 200/extra person

52.

 

Contravention of any provision of the MV Act or of any rule, regulation or notification made thereunder, if no penalty is provided for the offences such as:- 177    

 

(i) Non providing of smooth passage to the ambulance while carrying the patient  

Rs. 2000

Rs. 5000

 

(ii) Carrying goods on passenger vehicle  

Rs. 2000

Rs. 5000

 

(iii) Run away from the spot  

Rs. 500

Rs. 1000

 

(iv) Without High Security Registration Plate (H.S.RP)

 

Rs. 500

Rs. 1000

53.

 

Permit holder of contract carriage refusing to ply or to carry passengers:-

(a)

In the case of 2- wheeler / 3 -wheeler

(b)

In the case of others

178(3) (a) and
178(3)(b)
50
200
50
200

54.

 

Disobeying police orders/ Obstructing (Misbehavior) 179(1) 500 500

55.

 

With holding, Refusing or giving false information 179(2) 300 500

56.

 

Allowing unauthorized person to drive vehicles. 3,4,5/180
3,4,5/180
   
  (i) Driver using vehicle without holding driving licence   Rs. 1000 Rs. 2000
  (ii) Driver using vehicle who is under age   Rs. 1000 Rs. 2000
  (iii) Driver using vehicle in contravention of the conditions of learning licence   Rs. 1000 Rs. 2000

57.

 

Driving Vehicle in contravention of Section 3 or 4 3,4/181
3,4/181
   
  (1) Drives vehicle without holding driving licence   Rs. 1000 Rs. 2000
  (ii) Drives vehicle under age   Rs. 1000 Rs. 2000
  (iii) Drives vehicle in contravention of the conditions of learning licence   Rs. 1000 Rs. 2000

58.

 

Offences relating to driving licenses 23/182(1) 500 500

59.

 

Offences relating to conductor licenses,,, 30/182(2) 100 100

60.

 

Punishment for offences relating to construction and maintenance of vehicles 109(3)/182(A) 1000 5000

61.

 

Driving a vehicle at an excessive speed 112/ 183(1) 400 1000

62.

 

To permit its employee or a person subject to his control to drive a vehicle at an excessive Speed 112/183(2) 300 500

63.

 

Dangerous Driving/ Abetment 184/188 1000 2000

64.

 

Driving by a drunken person or by a person under influence of drugs/its abetment 185/188 2000 3000

65.

 

Driving when mentally/ Physically unfit/Abetment 186/188 200 500

66.

 

Racing and trails of speed without written consent of State Government 189 500 500

67.

 

Using defective vehicle dangerous for others- Head Light/Tail Light/Parking Light/Indicator Light/Brake Light Non-Functional/Unlit Sideways /Backwards / Projection Load etc. 190(1) 250 1000

68.

 

Plying without Annual Road Fitness Certificate 190(2) 1000 2000

69.

 

Silencer Non-Functional or Defective/without 190(2) Pollution Certificate:-

(a)

In case of two wheeler

(i)

Without gear

(ii)

With gear

(b)

In case of light motor vehicles (non transport) or 3 wheeler

(c)

In case of light motor vehicles (transport)

(d)

In case of all other medium/ heavy motor vehicles.

190(2)
190(2)
190(2)
190(2)
190(2)
190(2)
100
200
500
700
1000
200
200
500
700
1000

70.

 

Using pressure horn 190(2) 1000 1000

71.

 

Violation of Rules for carriage of Goods of Dangerous or Hazardous Nature 190(3) 3000 5000

72.

 

Any importer or dealer selling, delivering or offering to sell or deliver a motor vehicle or trailer in such a condition or altered condition that its use in a public place would contravene Chapter VII of MV Act., 1988 191 500 500

73.

 

(i) Driving, causing, or allowing to use of vehicle in contravening the provisions of Section 39 (without registration)
(ii) using vehicle in emergency of sickness or injuries or for transport of food or material to relieve distress or for medical supplies etc.
  5000
No punishment subject to the information within seven days to RTA
10000
No punishment subject to the information within seven days to RTA