Here is list of Common Traffic Offences/Violations -
Red Light Jumping: You feel that by jumping red light you are saving upon your time. But it is not so. In fact you are losing it and playing with your life and is getting yourself booked under the law
Improper & Obstructive Parking: No parking should be done on road, except when specifically permitted by a direction on a board. Don’t blame when you are stuck in traffic jam next time, some among you may have parked obstructively on the road.
Violation of Mandatory Signs: There are certain mandatory signs, violation of which may put you in trouble. These are entering a one-way road from the opposite side, taking a right turn or left turn at places where it is prohibited, and blowing of horn where it is prohibited
Overtaking: On certain roads overtaking is strictly prohibited. These are the ones where the volume of traffic is very high. When overtaking on roads where it is not prohibited you should exercise great caution and put your power of judgement to its proper use.
Drunken Driving: Drunken driving is the gravest of all traffic offences. It is dangerous not only for you but also for other road users.
Triple Riding: If you are one among them do remember that a two-wheeler is not a family vehicle. It is designed to accommodate only two people.
Driving Without Helmet: If you travel by a scooter or motorcycle make helmet wearing an essential habit. In accidents involving two-wheeler riders head injury is the most common cause of death.
Violation of Stop-Line: Never cross Stop Line when you encounter a red light or signaled to stop. Provides easy passage to pedestrians crossing the road.
Driving by Minors: Never allow minors (below 18 years of age) to drive vehicle. It is a traffic violation and may lead to prosecution of parents as well.
Overspeeding: Roads are no racetracks. Over speeding is dangerous not only for you but also for other road users and may cause accidents. You can be caught by hidden cameras and policeman with speed radar guns.
Driving Dangerously: You will have to pay the price for driving dangerously, not only by money but also in terms of life.
Violation of Yellow Line: This yellow line segregates the traffic on either direction. Crossing the yellow line means that you are encroaching upon another’s territory. It is a traffic offence and you are at risk of getting involved in a head-on collision.
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