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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

195. Imposition  of minimum fine under certain circumstances.

  1. Whoever having  been convicted  of an  offence under  this Act  or the rules made  thereunder commits  a  similar  offence  on  a  second  or subsequent occasion  within three  years  of  the  commission  of  the previous offence, no court shall, except for reasons to be recorded by it in  writing, impose  on him  a fine  of less than one-fourth of the maximum amount of the fine impossible for such offence.
  2. Nothing  in sub-section (1) shall be construed as restricting the power of the court from awarding such imprisonment as it considers necessary in  the circumstances  of the case not exceeding the maximum specified in this Act in respect of that offence.

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