368 motorists have been fined at Nagpur for driving cars with dark glasses. The permissible limit laid down in 1989, which require 70% visibility for the front and rear windscreens and 50% for the side windows in case of tinted glasses. Those who violated the norms have been fined with sum of Rs 100 for first timers and Rs 300 for second timers and those found violating the rules third time will be fined with a sum of Rs 300 and their driving license will also be suspended.


368 motorists have been fined at Nagpur for driving cars with dark glasses. The permissible limit laid down in 1989, which require 70% visibility for the front and rear windscreens and 50% for the side windows in case of tinted glasses. Those who violated the norms have been fined with sum of Rs 100 for first timers and Rs 300 for second timers and those found violating the rules third time will be fined with a sum of Rs 300 and their driving license will also be suspended.

It is better to abide by the rules or face severe consequences. Those who are purchasing a new car should use proper permissible limit films for their windows and windscreen so that they do not bear extra cost of removing the dark film and get everything redone. The basic idea behind permissible limit films is you should be visible from outside. This helps in curbing antisocial activities and wrong doings.

It is for every one’s benefit so it is better to abide by the rules or face serious consequences.

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