Motor Vehicle Amendment Act 2019

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New Motor Vehicles Act: One month on, states including Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat resist higher fines; experts claim it will 'reduce road mishaps'
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New Motor Vehicles Act: One month on, states including Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat resist higher fines; experts claim it will 'reduce road mishaps'

Just about a month after the new Motor Vehicles Amendment Act (MVA) 2019, was issued to be implemented from 1 September 2019, many states like Maharashtra, Gujarat, West Bengal etc have expressed their dissent over the Act

Centre should reconsider heavy penalties for traffic violations under Motor Vehicles Act, says Kamal Nath
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Centre should reconsider heavy penalties for traffic violations under Motor Vehicles Act, says Kamal Nath

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath on Thursday said that central government must reconsider the quantum of penalties under the new Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act 2019 for traffic violations and give relief to the people

Uttarakhand becomes second state after Gujarat to relax strict penalties for traffic violations under Motor Vehicles Act
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Uttarakhand becomes second state after Gujarat to relax strict penalties for traffic violations under Motor Vehicles Act

The Uttarakhand government has relaxed the quantum of certain fines levied under the new Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Act 2019

Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act aimed at 'protecting country from accidents and deaths,' says Prakash Javadekar
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Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act aimed at 'protecting country from accidents and deaths,' says Prakash Javadekar

Prakash Javadekar said the amended of Motor Vehicles law will bring discipline on roads and the police will need to fine fewer people in the next four months.

Motor Vehicle Amendment Act 2019: Road safety legislation takes effect today; list of new traffic rules, penalties
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Motor Vehicle Amendment Act 2019: Road safety legislation takes effect today; list of new traffic rules, penalties

The minister of road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari has pointed out in the past that roughly 1.5 lakh people were killed in road accidents every year in India.