Drivers wearing helmets will be fined, know this new rule. If a person is found riding a two-wheeler without a helmet, he can be fined. If caught driving a two-wheeler without a helmet, a challan of up to Rs 1000 can be issued. This is the reason why this rule has been implemented by the government.

Challan even for wearing a helmet

Even wearing a helmet can attract a fine of up to Rs 2,000. If you are not wearing the right helmet properly then your challan can be deducted. According to the Motor Vehicle Act, a challan of Rs 1000 can be issued for not wearing a helmet belt on a motorcycle or scooter.

This challan will be deducted under 194D MVA. At the same time, if the driver is wearing a helmet that is not BIS registered or is defective, then a challan of Rs 1000 can also be issued.

How to view challan online

  • First of all go to
  • Go to the 'Check Online Service' option.
  • Click on the given check challan status.
  • Fill in the information related to the requested vehicle.
  • Fill in the captcha and click on the get details option.

Challan up to Rs 2 thousand

Therefore, everyone should ride a two-wheeler by wearing a helmet, but this alone is not enough. Just wearing a helmet is not enough. It is also important to wear a helmet properly and wear the right helmet. Otherwise, a fine of up to Rs 2,000 can be imposed even for wearing a helmet.