Friday, 30 June 2017

E-challan will be deducted on the phone while driving

Do you know that there is an accident every minute in the country, and every hour, about 16 people die in different accidents every hour. The highest road accidents in the world are in India. Talk about cities, the capital of the country, Delhi has the highest number of accidents. Currently, the government is also making efforts to reduce these accidents. Recently, nearly thirty years ago the Motor Vehicle Act has been improved and passed. In which the traffic rules have already made many tightening. Moving forward in this episode, the Delhi Traffic Police has launched an e-challan to act on the drivers who talk about the phone.

So if you are going to drive on Delhi's Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, do not forget to talk on the phone even after forgetting it. Because if you do this then the direct e-challan will reach your home. With this, it has been decided to send an e-challan to the driver who does not wear seat belt.

Deploying cameras on rage-rallies

Now you will be wondering how will the police know that you are talking on the phone while driving or you did not put a seat belt. So let us tell you that the police has put around 132 cameras at the expressway. These high-resolution cameras record your activity and give feedback as well. At Expressway, the police has set up 62 fixed cameras, 31 locomotives and 24 speed catcher cameras. Apart from these, 15 cameras have been put on the expressway to keep an eye on the people who park the vehicle. These cameras also record those who run wrong side vehicles.

This expressway in Delhi is about 24 km long and under the Highway Traffic Management System (HTMS), the police has used very complex technology in it. E-challans are already being given to those who are driving at a faster pace. In any way, the police send an invoice at home with the photograph as proof of the violation of the rules.

This e-challan can be filled in Traffic SP's office or in the court itself. According to the information, these cameras are already engaged and the police have to make some changes just after which the system will take effect.

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