- Original Driving License
- Vehicle Registration Certificate
- Tax Certificate
- P.U.C. Certificate
- Insurance Certificate
- Fitness Certificate and Permit (for Transport Vehicles)
As per the Rule 138 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1988, it is mandatory for the driver and the co-passenger seating next to him/her towear a Seat-belt when the vehicle is running ( in motion). It has been made compulsory for the vehicle manufacturers to provide Safety-belts.
In the rule (2) 100 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, specific provisions have been made regarding the use of tinted- glass. For the windscreen or the window of a vehicle, tinted-glass which allows 70% visibility,must be used. Other windows of the vehicle should use tinted-glass,allowing not less than 50% visibility. Also, the tinted-glass should conform to I.S.(2) norms.
No. This rule has been made by keeping in mind, the safety of the drivers and the pedestrians. Using such devices can divert the attention of the driver and may cause an accident. So that, it is appropriate that the drivers do not use such devices while driving/riding vehicles.
No. According to the Rule 250 (A) of the Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, the driver while driving vehicle, can not use mobile-phone. There is no exception for anybody. No one has been exempted from this rule.
- According to the clause 134 of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988,in case of an accident, the driver whose vehicle is involved in the accident resulting in injury to a person or persons, or a person in possesion of the vehicle should carry out the following duties:-
- To take the injured person/s to the nearest hospital and see that appropriate medical -assistance is provided.
- To inform the nearest police-station within 24 hours.
- To intimate the insurance holder in writing.
According to the clause 200 of the Motor Vehicle Act,1988, the Assistant Sub-Inspector, Traffic and the officers above this rank have the powers to collect the compounding amount through Gen. Receipt from the erring drivers. Police constables and havaldar- ranked police personnel take action against the erring drivers through an L-Tem (Temporary Licence), in this case, the drivers can pay the compounding amount with the nearest traffic officer/ traffic division.
An erring driver, who does not wish to pay the amount of fine with the traffic branch, as mentioned in the Gazzete of the State of Maharashtra, dated 4 August, 2009,for not following the traffic rules and regulations as per the provisions of the clause 200 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, the following procedure is used:- The concerned driver should deposit his/her driver’s license with the traffic police and have a receipt (L-Tem) according to the Rule 14 of the Maharashtra Vehicles Rules ,1989. This receipt can be used as a temporary driving license for the next 15 days. A case is registered by the traffic-department in the court of law, against the driver, with the driving license within 15 days. After this, the court proceedings begin.
Yes. According to the law, any traffic-personnel of any rank,on duty, have the power to check the vehicle-documents.