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Any person who is driving a motor vehicle at a speed greater than any speed limits imposed, he will be guilty of an offense and in the case of conviction will be fined.
Anybody who drives a motor vehicle on the road recklessly or in a manner that regard to all the circumstances (including type, condition and size of the road, and traffic congestion expected which is or may be in the way, it is dangerous to the public, causes the death of any person) commits an offense and on conviction will be fined or imprisoned or to both.
Anyone who, when driving or attempting to drive a motor vehicle on a road or other public place, is under influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs to such an extent that be incapable of having proper control of the vehicle, is guilty of an offense.
Anybody driving a motor vehicle while he knew he was suffering from an illness or disability calculated to cause the driving motor vehicle to become a source of danger to the public, he is guilty of an offense.
Any driver who stopped his vehicle at any street in any position that likely to cause danger or undue inconvenience to the road traffic, he commits an offense.
Any person who takes and carries away a motor vehicle without the permission of its owner or other forces commits an offense. In the case of an accident on the road, the driver of the vehicle must stop and report about the accident at the nearest police station as soon as reasonable, and in any case within twenty-four hours after the occurrence.
Each driver must give assistance as may reasonably be required by any police officer or traffic warden or, in the absence of a police officer or traffic warden, any help that reasonably be in the driver's power to render. The police officer or traffic warden may require from the driver to produce for examination his driving permit and the certificate of the insurance.
Any driver must stop his motor vehicle on the road when it is required by a police officer in uniform or a traffic warden in uniform or an employee of a road transport in the uniform; if he fails to do that he shall be guilty of an offense. Any person who takes and drives away any motor vehicle without having either the consent of the owner thereof or other lawful authority shall be guilty of an offence.