Google Map is our best navigator while driving. It can be guessed that the entire app based cab aggregator industry rests entirely on Google map. Today, instant access can be done anywhere with the help of Google Map. If you want to reach someone’s house, get a live location on mobile, easily reach home without asking anyone’s way. But using Google Map while driving can also get your challan deducted. Usually, people turn on navigation of Google Map during driving, one of the advantages is that you get to know about the route, then if there is a jam on the route then you already know and With time, you take an alternate route. But if you have not installed a mobile holder on the dash board in your car, get it immediately. The traffic police can cut your challan.
Recently, in the capital Delhi, a man was driving a car while looking at the Google map, his mistake was that he did not have a mobile holder on the dash board of his car and he was driving with a phone in hand. Delhi Police invoiced the man. Delhi Police said that the person was using mobile while driving, which is illegal. However, the man argued that he was not talking to anyone on the phone, instead he had turned on the Google map in the phone and was using the phone to reach that location, so that he was repeatedly asked to address Don’t have to stop the car But Delhi Police refused to accept his plea.
The Delhi Police wrote in the crime column in the challan, ‘use of handheld communication device while driving’, that is, using a phone in hand while driving. The accused man did not put a mobile holder in his car and was using Google map with the phone in his hand. Delhi Police says that the Motor Vehicle Act prohibits talking or using on the phone while driving. At the same time, there is a risk of accident due to holding the phone in the hand, in this case also the challan has been cut in the same section. According to the police, people talk on the speaker of the phone while driving or are hands free, there is also a provision to cut the challan. Police say that anyone who gets distracted while driving a vehicle falls under the category of crime. According to the Motor Vehicle Act, there is a provision to deduct a challan of up to Rs 1000-5000 for committing an offense in this category.