The Central Motor Vehicles (Draft Amendment) Rules, 2022.

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The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on 29th September 2022, has notified Central Motor Vehicles (Draft Amendment) Rules, 2022 to further amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 and has invited objections or suggestions from the public which shall be addressed to the Joint Secretary (MVL), email: comments-morth@gov.in, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Transport Bhawan, Parliament Street, New Delhi-110 001 within 30 days.

The Amendment is brought under rule 108 which deals with use of red, white or blue light in which sub-rule 1(ii) has been substituted as follows:

The amber light, if displayed by any direction indicator or as top light used on vehicle for operating within the premises such as airports, ports, mines and project sites, without going outside the said premises on to public roads or as top light used on a vehicle specifically designated for the purpose of patrolling of National Highways.

As per rule 108, No motor vehicle shall show a red light to the front or light other than red to rear: Provided that the provisions of this rule shall not apply to—

  • the internal lighting of the vehicle; or
  • The amber light, if displayed by any direction indicator or as top light used on vehicle for operating within the premises such as airports, ports, mines and project sites, without going outside the said premises on to public roads or as top light used on a vehicle specifically designated for the purpose of patrolling of National Highways.

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