Common questions

Can we transport goods in private car?

Can we transport goods in private car?

The law is clear: only goods meant for commercial use are barred on private vehicles. This means someone carrying a large bag of rice home — maybe to consume over months — in his car can be fined by cops since there is no permissible limit on carrying such goods in private vehicles under the Motor Vehicles Act.

Is carrier allowed in private cars in India?

Installation of carriers is completely legal irrespective of the type of car you are driving down the road. Hence, no official or police will be able to give a ticket or fine you for a carrier on the rooftop of your private, registered car.

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Can I use private vehicle for commercial purposes?

You cannot give your private car (white number plate) for commercial purposes. You have to take Gumasta license (shop act) first to register your business and need to register your car to the yellow permit number plate from respective RTO.

Who can travel in a private car in India?

In India, we have 4+1 seater cars, 6+1 seater cars and even 7+1 seater cars in the private segment. Legally, in a 4+1 seater car, a maximum of only 4 passengers can be seated excluding the driver. Similarly, in 6+1 & 7+1 seater cars, the passenger limit is 6 & 7 excluding driver.

Are bike racks illegal in India?

Cycling is good, but carrying your cycles on a rack attached to your car may invite fines (up to Rs 5,000), unless you have RTO permission , according to the police.

How much weight can a car carry KG?

All cars carry 30-50 liter of fuel and a spare tyre weighing 30-50 kgs, so we can factor another 100 kgs. Thus most passenger cars should have an inherent ability to carry about 500-600 kgs of load in them. A well built SUV might haul 1 ton easily.

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Is Bull bar legal in India?

Bull bars are technically illegal Alteration in motor vehicle.

Can I use my private car for Uber in India?

Experts believe that the move was necessary due to the shortage of commercial drivers in India. While private licence holders can now join Uber, driver partners will still need to drive a commercial vehicle, and the use of vehicles with the white number plate is still not allowed, an Uber spokesperson confirms.

What is difference between private car and commercial vehicle?

A vehicle meant for commercial use will not have the same insurance cover as that of a car purchased for personal use. A commercial vehicle,whose purpose is to transport paying passengers or employees, finds itself on the roads more frequently than a private car.

What is the maximum number of passengers allowed in a car?

Four wheeler vehicles will have maximum two passengers besides the vehicle driver; for two-wheelers, pillion rider is not allowed in the Red Zone, reads the guidelines issued with the announcement of extension of nationwide lockdown for another 14 days beginning on May 4.

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Is it illegal to carry cycle in car?

“As long as the cycle is not jutting out sideways, there will be no penalty. Carrying a cycle on a car should not be dangerous to other road users.” The penalty is Rs 1,000. He advises cyclists to stay on the left while riding, wear reflective jackets and use a light at night.

Can we carry bicycle on car in India?

Carrying cycles on the car does not attract any penalty or fines. It is only the rear and top overhang and protrusion on either side is considered an offence because it is lateral overhang and will pose danger to other road users.