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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

111. Power of State Government to make rules.

  1. A  State Government may  make rules  regulating the construction, equipment and maintenance of motor vehicles and trailers with respect to all matters other than the matters specified in sub-section (1) of section 110.
  2. Without  prejudice to  the generality of the foregoing power, rules may  be made  under this  section governing  all or  any of  the following matters  either generally  in respect  of motor  vehicles or trailers or  in respect  of motor vehicles or trailers of a particular class or description or in particular circumstances, namely:--
  1. seating  arrangements in public service vehicles and the protection of passengers against the weather;
  2. prohibiting or restricting the use of audible signals at certain times or in certain places;
  3. prohibiting  the carrying  of appliances likely to cause annoyance or danger;
  4. the  periodical testing  and inspection  of vehicles  by prescribed authorities;
  5. the  particulars other  than registration  marks  to  be exhibited by  vehicles and  the manner  in which  they  shall  be exhibited;
  6. the use of trailers with motor vehicles; and
  7. the  placement of  audio-visual or radio or tape recorder type of devices in the vehicle.

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