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Campaign to check underage driving in Rajasthan

Jaipur traffic police has penalised 664 traffic violators, many of them young students, in a nine-day special campaign to check under-age driving.

Gadkari courts controversy by riding scooter without helmet

 Union Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari today rode into a controversy when he was caught on camera entering RSS headquarters here on his scooter without wearing a helmet in violation of traffic rules.

Zee Media Special: Delhi girls can no more shy away from helmets

Zee Media has started an all new initiative on generating traffic awareness among the women in Delhi by asking them to wear a helmet even if they are on the back seat of a two wheeler. It will soon be made a rule in Delhi by the traffic police.

Finger-swipe car display for safe driving

What if you do not need to move your eyes as you drive yet get all the information about where you are headed or even take a call just by gestures?

New emotion detector can make driving safer

Scientists have developed a new device that can identify drivers` emotions using embedded cameras which film their faces to help make driving safer.

MLAs, who drove to Assembly sans helmets to be issued challans

Nine legislators who violated traffic rules last week and rode to the State Legislative Assembly complex here without wearing helmet, will issued challans, a senior official said on Monday.

E-challan to be operational in Delhi this year

Traffic violators will not get away easily when the e-challan system is enforced this year, a Delhi Traffic Police official said on Friday.

Use seat belts, helmets or face action: UP Govt

Stern action will be taken against people not using seat belts and helmets, Uttar Pradesh Transport Minister Raja Mahendra Aridaman Singh warned.

Now, `smart vehicles` to talk about road safety

Many new cars today can connect to the Internet, but most of them use their connectivity for “infotainment” purposes like navigation or streaming music.

Delhi Police for steep hike in traffic fines

Delhi Police on Friday batted for steep hike in fines for traffic violations as the existing penalty amounts do not act as a deterrent.

1,000 persons booked for violating traffic rules

Gurgaon Police has launched a project -- `Third Eye` to keep an eye on those breaking traffic rules.