Helmet Mandatory for above 6-year old children: Police will come home to collect fines
Bengaluru Traffic Police has issued an order making helmet mandatory for children above 6 years of age. Parents should make it mandatory for children to wear helmets when dropping their children to school.
Bengaluru Traffic Police has issued an order to make helmets mandatory for children above 6 years of age after little children came without helmets while conducting special drives near schools. Helmets are mandatory for children above 6 years of age in Bangalore. The traffic police has instructed that children must wear helmets while leaving school. The police have also taken action against those who take children to school in excess of the prescribed limit in school autos, private cars, TT vehicles.
Parents should make it mandatory for children to wear helmets when dropping their children to school. The traffic police has warned that action will be taken against the parents who take more than three children in the carriage. The police have also taken action against those who take children to school in excess of the prescribed limit in school autos, private cars, TT vehicles.
Police will come to the vehicle owner’s house to collect the fine:
There are police along the road and some motorists do not care. They are accused of violating traffic rules. There are people who violate traffic rules every day and we have nothing to do with it. Bengaluru Traffic Police has come forward to give shock to such motorists. They have started the work of collecting fines from house to house.
Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka and the IT hub of India. An exciting metropolis that represents innovation and technological expertise. Due to growing population and increasing number of vehicles, the main problem faced by the city of Bengaluru is traffic congestion. 1.2 crore vehicles ply in Bangalore every day.
And 2,300 new vehicles are being added. The motorists who come like this are violating the traffic rules. They find the motorists who have fines and go home and collect the fines. There are 2681 vehicles with fines of more than 50 thousand in Bangalore and the process of fine collection has also started. So far fines have been collected from 120 people.