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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

138. Power  of State  Government to  make rules.

  1. The  State Government may  make rules for the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of this Chapter other than the matters specified in section 137.
  2. Without  prejudice to  the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for-
  1. the  removal and  the safe custody of vehicles including their loads  which have  broken down  or  which  have  been  left standing or have been abandoned on roads;
  2. the installation and use of weighing devices;
  3. the  maintenance and  management  of  wayside  amenities complexes;
  4. the  exemption from all or any of the provisions of this Chapter of  fire brigade  vehicles, ambulances  and other special classes or descriptions of vehicle, subject to such conditions as may be prescribed;
  5. the  maintenance and  management of  parking places  and stands and the fees, if any, which may be charged for their use;
  6. prohibiting the driving downhill of a motor vehicle with the gear disengaged either generally or in a specified place;
  7. prohibiting  the taking  hold of  or mounting of a motor vehicle in motion;
  8. prohibiting  the use of foot-paths or pavements by motor vehicles;
  9. generally, the prevention of danger, injury or annoyance to the  public or  any person, or of danger or injury to property or of abstruction to traffic; and
  10. any other matter which is to be, or may be, prescribed.

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