Traffic Rules: Is challan deducted for driving a car wearing slippers or not? Know what the rule of the government says
Newz Fast, New Delhi: If you also drive a car or bike on the road, then you should take precautions. The traffic rules set by the government should be followed.
By following the rules, a safe traffic environment will be created which is necessary for everyone. But there are many such traffic rules that you might not be aware of.
Do you know about this rule?
Do you know whether it is right or wrong to drive a car in slippers? Can your challan be deducted for driving a car in slippers? This is a question that most people may not know the correct answer to.
That is, maybe few people know about the rules related to driving a car in slippers.
If you do not even know, then know today. No challan is deducted for driving a car wearing slippers. Yes, there is no penalty for driving a car wearing slippers.
Wrong information is spread among the people
However, you must have read in many places that driving a car wearing slippers attracts a fine of Rs 1000 or Rs 2000, which is absolutely wrong.
In fact, on 25 September 2019, a tweet has been made by Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari's office, in which it was clearly written that 'Under the new Motor Vehicle Act (which is currently in force), the challan is not deducted for driving wearing slippers. '