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Rajeev  Srivastava

Rajeev Srivastava

Exp
Ghaziabad , Uttar Pradesh

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Criminal
  • Divorce
  • Consumer Protection
  • Insurance
Total Answers Given : 13
ROHIT  GUPTA

ROHIT GUPTA

Exp
New Delhi , Delhi

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Tax-Income Tax
  • Corporate and Incorporation
  • Bankruptcy and Debt
  • Tax
Total Answers Given : 2
Anil  Kumar

Anil Kumar

Exp
Bangalore , Karnataka

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Civil
  • Criminal
  • Divorce
  • Will
Khansaeed  Pathan

Khansaeed Pathan

Exp
Beed , Maharashtra

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Criminal
  • Civil
  • Cheque Bounce
  • Child Custody
Total Answers Given : 13
L K Janghel Advocate

L K Janghel Advocate

Exp
Raipur , Chhattisgarh

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Civil
  • Criminal
  • Consumer Protection
  • Human Rights
Total Answers Given : 3
PRABHU N  SAVANUR

PRABHU N SAVANUR

Exp
Dharwad , Karnataka

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Sexual Harassment At Workplace
  • Power Of Attorney
  • Will
Total Answers Given : 1
Karuna sree  K

Karuna sree K

Exp
Visakhapatnam , Andhra Pradesh

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Family
  • Civil
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
Abhijit  Banerjee

Abhijit Banerjee

Exp
South Delhi , Delhi

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Cheque Bounce
  • Civil
  • Commercial
Mukunda  Muniyappa

Mukunda Muniyappa

Exp
Bangalore , Karnataka

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Cheque Bounce
  • Criminal
PRASHANT KUMAR  KUSHWAHA

PRASHANT KUMAR KUSHWAHA

Exp
Ranchi , Jharkhand

Specialization

  • Motor Accident
  • Civil
  • Criminal
  • Cheque Bounce
  • Contracts and Agreements
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  • What is Motor Accident Laws?
  • What is the need for Motor Accident Laws?
  • How is Motor Accident Laws legally recognized in India?

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About the Motor Accident Laws


Due to a congestion of cars coupled with neglectful negligence has led to a rise in road accidents. Road accidents are caused due to multiple factors like faulty vehicle, faulty roads, the road user, and so on.

Regularizing and Legal Recognition of Motor Accident Laws


The major legislation in this topic is The Motor Vehicles Act 1988.

As per the 7th Schedule of the Indian Constitution, India has a list system according to which the jurisdiction of legislating on certain matters is enumerated. As per Entry 23 of List A to the Seventh Schedule, the subject of motor vehicles is regulated by the Central Government.

There is a Union Ministry of Road Transport & Highways. The transport wing of this ministry regulates issues related to road transport which is inclusive of motor vehicle legislation.

Some of the laws that are related to the topic are:

  • The Carriage by Road Act 2007
  • The Motor Vehicles Act 1988
  • The National Highways Act 1956
  • The National Highways Authority of India Act 1988
  • The Control of National Highways (Land and Traffic) Act 2002
  • The Multimodal Transportation of Goods Act 1993
  • The Fatal Accidents Act 1855
  • Indian Penal Code 1860

Some important facts and cases about and under Motor Accident Laws


The Motor Vehicles Act is applicable to the whole of India. It talks about matters related to the maximum time for which a motor vehicle might be used. Section 59 of the Act gives the power to fix the age limit of a motor vehicle. Central government has the power to make rules as per Section 110, and Section 111 confers the power on State Governments to make certain rules.

The speed limit is dealt with under Section 112 of the Act. Various types of offences re recognised as per the Act, to list a few are Sections3-6, 23, 36, 112, 129, 185, 189, and so on. Section 129 is with respect to the usage of protective head gear. Section 185 is with respect to a drunken person driving or a person under the influence of drugs in charge of a vehicle.

Due sensitization of the automobile engineers and those connected with sale, servicing and maintenance of vehicles to the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988 is a functional necessity. Section 304A of the Indian Penal Code confers criminal liability for the rash and negligent acts of a driver. A man who is driving or riding holds a definitive obligation to control his vehicle. Such a man is prima facie blameworthy of negligence if his vehicle dashes into something or somebody unless he has motivation to clarify that he made every effort to monitor the vehicle however the mishap was inescapable. This rule was set up in the milestone case of Ratlam v.s Emperor.

On account of Chintaram v.s State of Madhya Pradesh, the deceased was strolling on the widely appealing so the blamed was driving by the left for the street endeavouring to keep a separation from her. At the point when the accused reached near the perished she suddenly took a left turn and got struck by the cruiser. For this situation, the accused was not careless. The whimsical choice of the casualty did not give any sensible time to the motorcyclist to maintain a strategic distance from her so he was acquitted.

Some other provisions of the Indian Penal Code which deal with the subject of Motor Accident Laws are Section 279, 336 to 338, 427, etc.

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