Vehicles have started plying till Dausa on the country’s longest Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. Drivers are liking this expressway very much. The maximum speed of the car on this breaker-less expressway is 120 km per hour, but the entry of slow speed vehicles like motorcycles and scooters is banned on it. If someone is seen on this expressway with a bike, he will have to pay a fine in the form of a challan. Let us tell you about this expressway.

Challan will be deducted automatically

Challan will be deducted automatically

A lot of accidents are being seen due to over speeding on Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. Also, cars moving at speed overturn on the expressway. Many people have died in the accident and many people have also been seriously injured. There are preparations to soon install an e-challan system on the expressway to stop people from driving recklessly. With this, challan will be automatically issued to vehicles violating speed.

Challan will be issued even if the vehicle is stopped midway

Challan will be issued even if the vehicle is stopped midway

The maximum speed on the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is 120 km per hour. But, you cannot stop your vehicle without any reason on this expressway. Your challan will be issued for suddenly stopping the vehicle. You can stop the vehicle only in the rest area. Rest areas have been created at some distance. You cannot stop the vehicle without a rest area on the expressway only due to technical fault.

Complete arrangements will be made to prevent accidents

Complete arrangements will be made to prevent accidents

Many arrangements have also been made to avoid accidents on the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway. You will not find a breaker anywhere on this entire highway from Delhi to Vadodara. The highway has also been made quite high. Barricading has also been done on both sides of the highway so that stray animals are not allowed to come on the road. You will not feel the shock even if you drive at a speed of 120 km on this road built with German technology. Also, auto rickshaws, bikes, tractor-trolleys, horse and bullock carts running at slow speed will not be able to run.

Delhi-Mumbai time will be halved

Delhi-Mumbai time will be halved

After the completion of this long expressway of the country, it will take 12 hours by car to travel between Delhi and Mumbai. Currently this journey takes 24 hours to complete. With the construction of this expressway, it will take less time to travel to many other cities of the country.

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