Traffic Signs / Traffic Symbols India : Mandatory Road Signs

Traffic Signs / Traffic Symbols India : Mandatory Road Signs

What are Mandatory Road Signs or Traffic SignsTraffic Symbols India?

Mandatory Road signs or Traffic SignsTraffic Symbols are indicated in a circular form. In accordance with the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, every driver of a motor vehicle shall drive the vehicle in conformity with any indication given by the mandatory signs and not obeying these signs is an offence.

Please find below the list of Mandatory Road Traffic Signs India
StopNo ParkingNo stopping or standingU- Turn prohibited
One way signs-vehicles prohibited in one directionOne way signs-vehicles prohibited in one directionStraight Prohibited or no entryVehicles prohibited in both direction
Right turn prohibitedLeft turn prohibitedOvertaking prohibitedPedestrians prohibited
Axle load limitAll vehicles prohibitedAll vehicles prohibitedHeight limit
Load limitHorns prohibitedGivewayLength limit
Speed limitRestriction ends signWidth limitTrucks prohibited
Compulsory aheadCompulsory ahead or turn rightCompulsory ahead or turn leftCompulsory cycle track
Compulsory turn right aheadCompulsory turn leftCompulsory keep leftCompulsory sound horn
Mandatory Road Traffic Signs India

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Helmet rule: Vizag Traffic Police fines violators

Helmet rule: Vizag Traffic Police fines violators

The city traffic police have stepped up its campaign against not using helmets and other offences.

According to Additional DCP (Traffic) Suresh Babu, they had booked 2,125 cases on Sunday and collected Rs.2.68 lakh in all police station limits in the police commissionerate.

Nearly 1,000 cases were booked for not wearing helmets and 194 for not using seat belt and 24 for drunken driving. Those going for some relaxation on the beach during weekend, were in for a surprise with traffic cops deployed at various places slapping penalties against vehicle users for not wearing helmets and producing driving licence and other documents.

Four-wheeler users were penalised for wrong parking, not using seat belts, not removing black film and drunken driving.

Traffic CID Rajeswara Rao said as part of special drive in east division, they had been checking the vehicles at Jagadamba, Gollalapalem, RTC Complex, Beach Road and Town Kotha Road.

On an average, he said they had been collecting a penalty amount of Rs.40,000 per day by booking nearly 350 cases – of which 200 were for not wearing helmets. As many as 15 drunken driving cases were registered on Saturday, of which eight were booked l ate in the evening.