Those without helmets will be fined from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000: Rupani

Strict traffic rules for motorists are a relief after the implementation of strict traffic rules. The Gujarat government has decided in a cabinet meeting on Wednesday that from now on, it will be mandatory for two-wheeler drivers to wear helmets in urban and semi-urban areas coming under the purview of corporations and municipalities. Thus, if a two-wheeler driver drives without wearing a helmet in an urban or semi-urban area, he will not be fined by the traffic police. Of course, it will be mandatory for two-wheeler drivers to wear helmets on the highway and those who do not follow the rules will be severely punished.
It is worth mentioning that due to the traffic in the urban area, the speed of our two-wheeler rarely goes above 50 km per hour. Two-wheeler drivers, on the other hand, have long complained about the difficulty in maintaining and maintaining the helmet. Even citing certain legal provisions, two-wheeler drivers have long been demanding that the mandatory wearing of helmets be allowed, at least in urban or semi-urban areas.
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