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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Dawn of a New Era: - Green(BSIV) HD Vehicles Are Finally Here



Dawn of a New Era: - Green(BSIV) HD Vehicles Are Finally Here

After prolonged confusion the entire country shifted to BSIII norms on Oct 1, 2010. Same time saw a shift from BSIII to BSIV for 13 cities across country. Seven more cities Puducherry, Mathura, Vapi, Jamnagar, Ankleshwar, Hissar and Bharatpur were added to list in 2012 taking the total to 20 now. The Union government plans to progressively introduce BS (Bharat Stage)-IV compliant norms in 50 more cities by 2015.

The shift from BSII to BSIII was very smooth and since then major volumes for any manufacturer are driven by BSIII Commercial vehicles. Literally 100% sales volume coming from BSIII vehicles coupled with high initial Investments on BSIV vehicles, the so called “Clean & Green Vehicles” never took off. Well after almost 2 years now though not by Choice but by Force these cleaner vehicles are coming on agenda of manufacturers.

Failure of this technology to take off has to blame the relaxation available to "National Permit" BSIII vehicles which can be registered in BSIV territories. Also the vehicles getting registered outside the Municipal Limits of BSIV cities need not be BSIV Compliant yet can ply with in the MC limits. This limits the requirement of the BSIV vehicles which are around 25% costlier than the existing BSIII product. To add to the vows the end user's mindset regarding the higher Spares & Maintenance cost is the highest contributing factor which restricts the acceptance of these "Green Vehicles".

As of now the only requirement popping up for BSIV vehicles is from Govt. tenders in BSIV cities which are asking for Cleaner vehicles to be inducted as per norms. Now the situation is such that the first one to enter the segment will have a clear edge over the late entrants.

As opposed to Passenger Car Segment where in any technological development is taken as a positive move and is accepted without much hiccups, CV industry is rather much more price conscious. Though we too witnessed a lot hue and cry over Hybrid Cars in same segment but the cost of acquisition for the same was approx 100% more as opposed to 25% in case of shift from BSIII to BSIV CVs.

BSIV CVs with different manufacturers across segments are at various stage of development. Few of them are even ready to hit to market sooner or later this FY.Tata Motors has recently applied for the STA approvals of its BSIV Diesel vehicles in 16T & 25T segment. These vehicles come with Common Rail (CRDI) technology and are poised to be more fuel efficient, command higher Power to Weight Ratio yet gentle on environment. 

Needless to say the coming time will decide the fate of this technology. It will be interesting to see the role of the Govt. in making the vehicles a mass market product. Will these vehicles come under special consideration and attract some incentives in the form of Excise Exemption or waiver of countervailing duties on import of special parts, remains a Question? 



Sunday, July 15, 2012

Commercial vehicles in Maharashtra to stop plying from July 17


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/pune/Commercial-vehicles-in-Maharashtra-to-stop-plying-from-July-17/articleshow/14914999.cms



PUNE: All commercial vehicles in the state, including about 20,000 from Pune, will stop plying from July 17 to protest against the mandatory installation of speed governors.
As many as 5,000 such vehicles in the state, including school buses, tempos, dumpers and tankers ferrying essentials such as milk, vegetables, diesel and petrol have currently stopped plying as they have been deemed ineligible for the fitness certificate given by theRegional Transport Officer (RTO) as they have not installed speed governors, said members of the Maharashtra Rajya Truck, Tempo, Tankers Bus Vahatuk Mahasangh and Poona District Motor Goods Transport Association at a news conference on Saturday.

Ram Kadam, president of the association, said that once speed governors were installed in heavy goods vehicles in the state, they will be at a disadvantage compared to those from neighbouring states. "Speed governors will cut the average speed by 50%, which would make these vehicles to ply at approximately 50 km/ hour instead of the usual 70-80 km/hour. This will increase the time to deliver perishable goods such as milk and vegetables, thus leading to losses," said Kadam, adding that all vehicles including school buses, tempos, dumpers and tankers ferrying essentials will participate in the indefinite stir from July 17, by not plying till the decision to install speed governors is withdrawn.

Prakash Gavali, president, Maharashtra Rajya Truck, Tempo, Tankers Bus Vahatuk Mahasangh, added that speed governors would restrict heavy goods vehicles from plying on ghat sections because the gadget mitigated the average of a vehicle considerably. "Limiting the speed will also increase diesel consumption. Essential commodities that these vehicles ferry are delivered across India. If vehicles from Maharashtra are slowed down due to speed governors, then they would be at a disadvantage in comparison to commercial vehicles from other states as the latter will deliver goods faster and in time. Gradually, clients will shift to non-Maharashtra trucks throwing the latter out of business," said Kadam.

Gavali said, "The trucks registered in other states carry essential items, goods, medicines and material required for infrastructural needs to Maharashtra. Also, they move raw material for the industries in Maharashtra and finished goods from here to other parts of the country. If vehicles from other states are not allowed to enter Maharashtra because they have not installed speed governors, then a major chunk of essential commodities will not reach us, leading to price hike."

Saturday, July 14, 2012

"Tag" Vs "Pusher" Axles - Excel'd



To understand the mechanism we need to understand the type of Axles:

1) Tag Axle - A dead Axle situated behind the Drive Axle.
2) Pusher Axle - A dead axle located immediately in front of a drive axle.

In a 37T vehicle there are two options for fitting the axle. The vehicle can be fitted with "Tag" Axle as in the case of Tata 3723 or "Pusher" Axle (like in Tata 3118).

"Tag" or "Pusher" Axles can be Fixed or Lift depending upon the Product Design. 

Tata is providing "Lift Axle" in 31T & 37T which is outsourced from Hendrickson. 

                       



Tata 3723  Rigid Chassis Truck with Tag Axle
  




Ashok Leyland 3723 Rigid Chassis Truck with Pusher Axle
                           


Tag Axle has few advantages over Pusher Axle:-


1) Tag Lift Axle gives 150mm-180mm ground clearance as there is no propeller shaft to restrict its lift. In Pusher lift Axle, "lift" gets restricted to 120 mm.

2) Turning radius of vehicle is reduced considerably by using a "Tag Axle". Since both Tag & Pusher axles are self steered, Pusher Axle being in front has more turning angle hence larger turning radius.

3) Having a Tag Axle gives you choice of having multiple wheelbases (Hence choice of different Cargo Deck Length) of the vehicle as it eliminates major redesigning of the vehicle.

4) Weight get evenly distributed when the Tag Axle is lifted as compared to the Pusher Axle which put extra Load on Drive Axles when in Lift Position.

Tata 3723 is fitted with anti theft feature by which the "Tag Axle" if in lift position comes down automatically when the engine is turned off. This is to prevent theft of Tyres which can be easily removed when in lift position.

Also the moment vehicle is put in reverse gear the lift axle is raised automatically to prevent dragging of Tyre while reversing.





Business Line : Companies News : What a Bharat road-trip taught Daimler….

Business Line : Companies News : What a Bharat road-trip taught Daimler….



The tiny shacks and dusty dhabas along the country’s highways have provided Daimler the kind of fuel that rigorous factory testing cannot give.
With just a few months to go for the big launch, the German truck maker got a pulse of its potential market as a convoy of six BharatBenz light and heavy duty trucks traversed 8,000 km along the Golden Quadrilateral, across 22 cities – reaching out to transporters, drivers and mechanics.
The 73-day ‘Power Yatra’ began in mid-April from Chennai, across Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharastra, Gujarat, Punjab, Delhi, UP, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh, before ending at Daimler India Commercial Vehicles’ plant in Oragadam, Chennai.
Daimler’s men chatted up with over 3,000 truck drivers over parathas, and with small-time mechanics operating “under trees”. They also visited the more organised transport nagars – which are naturally evolved locations housing everything to do with the trucking community – from truck body builders and spare part retailers to garage owners and tinkers.
The whole experience was humbling, says Mr V.R.V. Sriprasad, Vice-President - Marketing and Sales. And there were valuable lessons to be picked up.
The biggest takeaway was this: All features built into a product have to be explained to the customer as well as given enough training. One cannot presume that the truck driver can figure it out all by himself.
“For instance, our engine braking system is designed in such a way that drivers do not have to come hard on the brakes to stop the vehicle. Our drivers are so used to jamming the brakes hard out of habit. Also, when you start your vehicle after it was stopped for some reason, there is no need to accelerate. The vehicle moves if the clutch is released. But these features have to be explained properly,” says Mr Sriprasad.
Daimler plans to put in place at least one master driver at every dealership to train and hand-hold truck drivers.
The company also learnt that the roof luggage carrier on the cabin is a must for local drivers and cannot be an optional feature.
“There were other product and process-related recommendations on how to reach out to the market which we will incorporate as we go by,” says Mr Sriprasad.

PLANS VARIANTS OF CVS

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles plans to roll out six variants by this year.
The first to hit the road will be the 25-tonner right truck in September, followed by the 25-tonne construction tipper and the 31-tonner.
The 9-tonne and 12-tonne trucks will also be launched this year, said Mr Sriprasad.
By December, Daimler hopes to roll out 1,500-2,000 vehicles.
(The company had earlier promised to launch 17 high-performance trucks in the 7-49 tonnes range in 18 months.)
At the time of launch, the company expects to have 25 dealers. The network will be expanded to 70 by the year-end.
The company expects its Oragadam facility to ramp up to 36,000 units by 2015, on a single shift which can be expanded up to 70,000. By 2018-2020, Daimler hopes to produce one lakh trucks from the plant.

Phoenix :- Rise From The Ashes

VE Commerical Vehicles the then Eicher Motors Limited Launched its first M&HCV in the form of 16 Tonner Jumbo 20.16 in 2002. 

http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2002-09-14/news/27349562_1_eicher-motors-hcv-segment-commercial-vehicle


The Launch was a huge success.Then there were turbulent times with ups and downs which finally saw the JV between EML & Volvo in 2008. JV was a major turnaround and the new products coming out of the factory are putting Market Leaders to shame.



Below Photograph is self explanatory evidence of the Phoenix which has risen not from the ashes though but "Yes" from the highly turbulent times.

    *Coincidental Click :- Seen in Pic is the "VE Series" Vehicle 

Friday, July 13, 2012

Tata Develops Commercial Vehicles to Fight New Rivals

http://blogs.wsj.com/drivers-seat/2012/07/13/tata-develops-commercial-vehicles-to-fight-new-rivals/


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Tata commercial-vehicle plant in Pimpri, India.
NEW DELHI — Tata Motors Ltd., India’s largest auto maker by revenue, is developing a new range of fuel-efficient trucks and buses to keep its leadership of the commercial vehicle market in India where it expects the entry of several auto makers to challenge its domination in the coming years, its chairman said.
“In the coming years, Tata Motors’ predominance in commercial vehicles will be challenged by the entry of international brands like Mercedes-Benz, Volvo and Navistar which have all entered, or are in the process of entering India,” Ratan Tata said in the company’s annual report for the financial year ended March 31, which was issued Friday.
India is building cross-country highways, ports, airports and railway lines to bolster growth in an economy that expanded 5.3% during January-March 2012, the slowest growth in nine years. The Indian government expects investments of up to $1 trillion until 2017 to fix the country’s creaky infrastructure.
Infrastructure development is considered a key barometer that directly impacts demand for new trucks and buses in the country. Several global and local auto makers have announced ambitious plans for India, betting on the country’s plans to modernize its infrastructure.
Daimler AG, Volvo AB, Navistar International Corp., Man AG, Hino Motor Ltd. are trying to tap into this expected surge in demand for commercial vehicles and have either invested in new factories and have developed India-specific products or are in the process of doing so.
Mr. Tata said even though Tata Motors was able to retain its leadership position in the truck and bus market, sales of cars and sport-utility vehicles were below its expectations.
“In passenger cars, Tata Motors will face even greater competition from the many automotive brands that are in the country,” he said. “The company will need to address the marketplace more effectively with its existing and future products in order to regain the level of market share that it earlier enjoyed.”
Its share of the car and SUV market hasn’t changed much from last year at about 14.16%, but sales haven’t grown at a steady pace. Its market share has dropped from about 15% three years ago.
A lack of new car and SUV models has dented Tata Motors’ sales in the Indian market where a weak economy and rising ownership costs such as expensive loans and fuel have already curtailed spending by consumers. Sales of Tata Motors cars in the local market grew less than 1% in the past financial year to 257,966 autos. That compares with a 2% rise in total local sales of cars.
Mr. Tata also said that U.K.-based unit Jaguar Land Rover Plc. will introduce several new sport sedans and sports cars in the next two years and a new line of competitively priced range of SUVs.
“Jaguar Land Rover has undertaken its most ambitious product development program in its history,” Mr. Tata said, without elaborating.
Tata Motors bought Jaguar Land Rover from Ford for $2.3 billion in 2008, just before the global downturn hit global auto makers hard, forcing Tata Motors to cut production, shut down plants and reel under losses. Fortunes gradually turned for the luxury brands, which eventually became the parent company’s highest revenue generator globally.

Daimler to Roll Out New Products in India


http://www.ibtimes.co.in/articles/362692/20120713/daimler-india-commercial-vehicles-new-products-ag.htm



Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt Ltd (DICV), a 100 per cent subsidiary of Germany-basedDaimler AG, plans to roll out 17 new products in 18 months in India.
According to VRV Sriprasad, Vice-President - Marketing and Sales, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles, the company has proposed to roll out 17 new products in light and heavy duty categories in the next 18 months in the range of 9-31 tonnes to makes its presence felt across the country.
Elaborating on the product portfolio, Sriprasad said a 31-tonner GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) with 230HP would be launched this year and a 12-tonner (range of trucks) by December.
He informed that all the products would be under the brand name - BharatBenz.
He added that the entire range of trucks would be launched in 18 months, and in the first two years after the plant inauguration would bring in more products for the domestic market.
Sriprasad said the Chennai facility is a single-shift operation having the capacity of 36,000 units per year.
"The capacity will be doubled up to 70,000 by 2015 and reach one lakh by 2020 in case demand grows. To produce one lakh units, we have also a plan for second expansion," Sriprasad pointed out.
The facility in 400 acres at Oragadam was built with an investment of Rs 4,400 crore, he said.
He also highlighted the BharatBenz Power Yatra organised by the company to showcase the products across the country. The yatra, according to him, with a total of six trucks visited 22 cities, 19 Transport Nagars (hubs for all the facility including technicians, dealers and customers) and 100 dhabas. It took 71 days visiting various parts of 11 States to collect feedback from customers, dealers and mechanics, he said.
Daimler's captive financial arm (Daimler Financial Services) has created an exclusive branded financing scheme called 'BharatBenz Financial.' This will offer tailor-made financial packages for BharatBenz customers. Besides, BharatBenz has also tied up with three leading Indian banks - HDFC Bank, ICICIBank and Sundaram Finance.

Truck Rentals Continue to Decline



The impact of 5% excise duty increase in the last Union Budget and 8-11% drop in
truck freight rates in April-June’12 period turned out to be a double-whammy for
truck sales as volumes plunged by 17.9% for M&HCV goods segment for the quarter as against the same period last year, while multi-axle truck sales were down by 27.5% and tractor trailer sales slid by 22.4%. LCV goods segment grew at 20.1% during April-June’12. We are downward revising our earlier assessment of a flattish growth in the M&HCV goods segment to 10-11% de-growth in FY13E, given the drop in freight availability and softening of truck rentals. In our view, M&HCV goods segment could decline by 7-8%, whereas the LCV goods segment is likely to grow in 16-17% range in FY13E. Key findings of the IFTRT report are mentioned below:

􀂄 Truck rentals fall 8‐11% in Apr‐June’12 quarter: As against 30-35% rise in truck rentals during the last 10 quarters (October 2009-March 2012), first quarter
(April –June 2012) of the current fiscal witnessed a drop in truck rentals by 8-
11% on trunk routes with almost 10-15% lower cargo offering from the SME sector, which accounts for 70% of manufacturing activity, where production was lower due to massive 8-10 hour power shortage, 25-30% lower arrival of summer season vegetables and fruits in the APMCs and 3-5% drop in import export cargo. These cumulative factors reduced the cargo flow to the truck freight market and resulted in almost a double-digit drop in truck rentals.

􀂄 Number of trips decline 10‐15% during April–June quarter: In Q1FY13, the truck trips/turnaround has dropped 10-15% on trunk routes. Trucks remain idle at various centres due to 3-4 days waiting period for return freight. If the freight market does not improve in the next quarter, there is every possibility that repossession of delinquent trucks may enter an uncertain phase similar to 2008-
09. The automobile dealers have escalated the discounts on truck sales which extends to Rs60,000 to Rs90,000 in case of two-axle trucks, while in case of multi-axle trucks and trailers, the discount is as high as Rs1.0-1.5 lakhs.

􀂄 Current ground level situation pointing towards stress in the system: The truckers are under deep stress due to lower availability of cargo across large number of industrial hubs and various APMCs, resulting in 10-15% drop in trips on the trunk routes during April-June 2012 quarter. Not only this, the truckers are picking up less number of new trucks despite heavy discounts from automobile dealers and subvention to financers to maintain competitive EMIs to attract truck fleet owners. We remain cautious on the CV sales in the near-to medium term, given the current ground level situation.

M&HCV goods segment de‐grew by 17.9% during Apr‐June quarter: M&HCV goods segment declined by 17.9% YoY, with multi-axle truck sales down by
27.5% and tractor trailer sales down by 22.4%, indicating the stress in the system. This development is directly attributed to 8-11% drop in truck freight rentals on trunk routes and indiscriminate fleet expansion of high tonnage
multi-axle trucks during last quarter ending March 2012, which was more due to large scale preponement of truck chassis purchased to beat the much anticipated increase in excise duty, which in the Union Budget, was raised by 5% on truck chassis.

􀂄 LCV goods continues its growth trajectory @20.1% for April‐June’12 period: Need for Hub-and-Spoke model and launch of new models has fuelled growth in the LCV goods segment which has grown at a brisk pace of 20.1% for April June’12 period. Ashok Leyland’s LCV offering ‘Dost’ has received a good response, thereby, helping the company to gain market share of 7.1% in this competitive segment.

􀂄 CV goods growth slows to 3.8% YoY during Apr‐June’12 period: The growth in industry truck sales (LCV & MHCV goods segment) slowed to only 3.8% YoY during Q1FY13 due to lower cargo availability and lower truck rentals. The
17.9% YoY decline in M&HCV goods segment was compensated by a 20.1% YoY growth in the LCV goods segment for Apr-June 12 quarter.

Monday, July 02, 2012

Tata Motors June sales at 64,341 nos.



Tata Motors June sales at 64,341 nos.

Tata Motors' total sales (including exports) of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles in June 2012 were 64,341 vehicles, lower by 3%, over June 2011. The company's domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles for June 2012 were 58,270 nos., lower by 5%, over 61,266 nos., sold in June last year.
Cumulative sales (including exports) for the company for the fiscal are 188,774 nos., lower by 2%, over 193,039 nos., sold last year.

Commercial Vehicles
The company's sales of commercial vehicles in June 2012 in the domestic market were 41,026 nos., a 4% growth, compared to 39,272 vehicles, sold in June last year. LCV sales were 28,363 nos., a growth of 22%, compared to 23,198 vehicles sold in June, last year. M&HCV sales stood at 12,663 nos., lower by 21%, compared to 16,074 vehicles sold in June, last year.

Cumulative sales of commercial vehicles in the domestic market for the fiscal are 115,298 nos., a growth of 2% over last year. Cumulative LCV sales are 80,355 nos., a growth of 19% over last year, while M&HCV sales stood at 34,943 nos., lower by 23%, over last year.

Passenger Vehicles
Sales of passenger vehicles for June 2012 are at 17,244 nos., lower by 22% over 21,994 nos., sold in June last year. Sales of the Tata Nano were 5,605 nos., higher by 3%, compared to 5,452 nos., sold in June, last year. The Indica range sales were 5,332 nos., lower by 35%, over 8,188 nos., sold in June, last year. The Indigo range recorded sales of 2,658 nos., lower by 46%, over 4,882 nos., sold in June, last year. The Sumo/ Safari/ Aria/ Venture range sales were 3,649 nos., higher by 5%, over 3,472 nos., sold in June 2011.

Cumulative sales of passenger vehicles were 60,405 nos., lower by 7%, compared to 65,108 nos., till June last year. Cumulative sales of the Nano are flat at 22,140 nos. Cumulative sales of the Indica range are flat at 17,712 nos. Cumulative sales of the Indigo family are 9,724 nos., lower by 33%. Cumulative sales of the Sumo/Safari/ Aria/ Venture range are flat at 10,829 nos.
Jaguar Land Rover sales in India continued their upward trend.

Exports
The Company’s sales from exports at 6,071 vehicles in June 2012 are higher by 19% compared to 5,094 vehicles in June last year. The cumulative sales from exports for the fiscal at 13,071 nos., are lower by 12%, over 14,886 nos., sold in the same period last year.

Sunday, July 01, 2012

Offence and Penal Sections - CMVR & DMVR


Offence and Penal Sections


S.No.

Offence description

Penal section

Amount
1
No Overtaking
6RR/177MVA
Rs. 100
2
Driver without Uniform
DMVR7/177MVA
Rs. 100
3
Smoking by Driver/Conductor
DMVR11.2/177MVA
Rs. 100
4
Misbehavior by TSR/TAXI Driver
DMVR11.3/177MVA
Rs. 100
5
Overcharging By TSR \Taxi
DMVR11.8/177MVA
Rs. 100
6
Refusal by TSR/TAXI Driver
DMVR11.9/177MVA
Rs. 100
7
Park\Wait in Bus lane\Bus Stand
RRR15(2)/177MVA
Rs. 100
8
Open Dala
RRR16.1\177MVA
Rs. 100
9
One way Violation
RRR17(1)/177MVA
Rs. 100
10
Violation of Yellow line
18(||)RRR119/177MVA
Rs. 100
11
Yellow line Violation
RRR18.2MVA
Rs. 100
12
IN Case of Bus/HTVs
62/192A MVA
To Court
13
Multi-toned Horn
RRR 21.4/177MVA
Rs. 100
14
Conductor without Badge
DMVR22(1)/177MVA
Rs. 100
15
Conductor without Uniform
DMVR 29(1/)/177 MVA
Rs. 100
16
Carrying High/Long Load
RRR 29/177 MVA
Rs. 100
17
W/O Registration Certificate
RRR32/177 MVA
Rs. 100
18
Without Knowledge of Traffic rules 
RRR33/177 MVA
Rs. 100
19
Driving With defective number plate
CMVR50/177 MVA
Rs. 100
20
Not displaying number plate
CMVR50/177 MVA
Rs. 100
21
Without fitness
56/192 MVA
Rs. 2000
22
Overtaking to other commercial vehicle in running condition  
66/192 A MVA
To Court
23
picking passenger without stand
66/192A MVA
To Court
24
Running in first Line (Not in bus lane) 
66/192A MVA
To Court
25
Without speed Governor
66/192A MVA
To Court
26
School bus without school board
66/192 MVA
To Court
27
Without Permit
66(1)/192A MVA
To Court
28
Advertisement on vehicle 
DMVR 71.2/177MVA
Rs. 100
29
Cruelty with animal 
DMVR 80/177MVA
Rs. 100
30
Caring passenger in goods vehicle
DMVR 84(2)/177MVA
Rs. 100
31
Caring goods  in passenger  vehicle
DMVR 84(4)/177MVA
Rs. 100
32
Without log book
CMVR 85(10)177 MV
Rs. 100
33
Smoking in the vehicles
DMVR 86.1(5)/177MVA
Rs. 100
34
Blowing of pressure horn 
DMVR 96(1)/177MVA
Rs. 100
35
Using horn in no honking zone
DMVR 96(1)/177MVA
Rs. 100
36
Use of colored light in motor
DMVR 97(2)/177MVA
Rs. 100
37
W/O PUC certificate
99(1)177MVA
Rs. 100
38
Excess smoke
DMVR 99(1) A /177MVA
Rs. 100
39
Tinted Glass
CMVR 100.2/177MVA
Rs. 100
40
Without Wiper
CMVR 101/177MVA
Rs. 100
41
Playing Music
DMVR 102/177MVA
Rs. 100
42
Driving Without light after sun set
CMVR 105/177MVA
Rs. 100
43
Using siren
CMVR 107/177MVA
Rs. 100
44
Using High Beam
112(4)(A)&(C) 177MVA
Rs. 100
45
Over Speed
112/183(1)MVA
Rs. 400
46
Abetment of over speeding
112/183(2)MVA
Rs. 300
47
Violation of stop line
113(1)/177 MVA
Rs. 100
48
Over Weight
113/194 MVA
Rs. 2000
49
Violation of restriction of trip
115/194 MVA
Rs. 2000
50
Red light Jumping
119/177 MVA
Rs. 100
51
Violation of mandatory signs ( one way no right turn no left turn no horn )
119/177 MVA
Rs. 100
52
Driving without horn
CMVR 139.1/177 MVA
Rs. 100
53
Driving left hand drive without indicator
120/177 MVA
Rs. 100
54
Driving without silencer
CMVR 120/177 MVA
Rs. 100
55
improper & obstructive parking 
122/177 MVA
Rs. 100
56
Traveling running board (Driver)
128(1)/177 MVA
Rs. 100
57
Traveling running board (passenger)
128(2)/177 MVA
Rs. 100
58
Traveling without pass / ticket
124/177 MVA
Rs. 100
59
Obstructive driving (Extra passenger on driver seat)
126/177 MVA
Rs. 100
60
Triple ridding
122/177 MVA
Rs. 100
61
Driving without helmet (Rider or Pillow Rider)
129/177 MVA
Rs. 100
62
Conductor without license
129/182 MVA
Rs. 100
63
Disobeying lawful direction 
132/179 MVA
Rs. 500
64
Not using seat belt
CMVR 138(3)/177 MVA
Rs. 100
65
W/O insurance
146/196 MVA
Rs. 1000
66
Misbehavior with police officer
179 MVA
Rs. 1000
67
Driving dangerously
184 MVA
Rs. 1000
68
Using mobile phone while driving
184 MVA
Rs. 1000
69
Drunken driving ( breathe test) is possible  evidence u/s 203 
185 MVA
To Court
70
Using vehicle without registration or permits (for commercial vehicle) 
192 A MVA
To Court
71
Driving without licence
3/181 MVA
Rs. 500
72
Driving by minor
4/181 MVA
Rs. 500
73
Allowing unauthorized person to drive
5/181 MVA
Rs. 1000

Offences for Which Only Court Challans Shall Be Made


1.
Drunken Driving (Breath Test) is permissible evidence u/s 203)
185
2.
Using vehicle without permit (for Commercial Vehicles)
192A

MVA
Motor Vehicle Act, 1988
CMVR
Central Motor Velhicles Rules, 1989
DMVR
Delhi Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989
RRR
Rules of Road Regulation, 1989
RWP