Expired Insurance: More than 25 autorickshaws seized

Expired Insurance: More than 25 autorickshaws seized

September 2, 2018

Mysuru: Devaraja Traffic Police have seized more than 25 autorickshaws, which were plying without valid insurance and have registered cases against the owners of these autos. Meanwhile, Devaraja Traffic Inspector L. Srinivas, speaking to SOM, said that the drive would continue daily and vehicles without valid insurance would be seized.

He further said that the seized autos would be handed over to the respective owners only if they get the insurance done failing which Rs.500 fine would be imposed on the owners and the vehicles would be given back to them.

But if the owners fail to get the insurance done and are caught again, they would have to pay the fine again, the Inspector added.


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