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Old 14th June 2017, 13:58   #91
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Default Re: Should I pay this challan?

Suggest you ask the service center guys, where did they do the test drive to reproduce the issue of steering ?

If they say, it was on this ring road location you mentioned, then, in my view, you need to pay the fine since based on your request service center guys have tried to reproduce the issue and resolve.

If it was somewhere else, then, you can ask them to provide the jobcard copy with opening date and time and invoicing date and time to prove that your car was in service center and you are not liable for this fine

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Old 14th June 2017, 14:06   #92
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I think in all fairness, since you had mentioned that the issue occurs above 120 kmph, the only way the service center could have checked this was by driving above 120, which they have done. Tough luck, that got caught. If I were you, I would pay the fine and forget about it.

Had it been some other situation where during regular servicing this occurred, you have every right to ask the service center to pay up, since the car is in their responsibility when it is in service.

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Old 14th June 2017, 17:58   #93
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BTW: I have already reported the lack of evidence image image with the e-challan on the website.
They will agree only if your vehicle number was wrongly mentioned. The speed cams would have captured it clearly hence the challan is uploaded in their website.

One way is to discuss with them in the Facebook page. Very responsive team.

I guess its better to pay up and move on.
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Old 14th June 2017, 18:52   #94
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If they say, it was on this ring road location you mentioned, then, in my view, you need to pay the fine since based on your request service center guys have tried to reproduce the issue and resolve.
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I agree to this. If the service personnel tried to test the issue based on your complaint, then I think you are liable to pay it.

Having said the above, do not pay if they do not have a proof of violation. I think if they have a speed camera installed in that location, they should have the proof by all means. If there is no proof, then tell them that your vehicle was in the service center and show them the invoice/bill to prove that claim.
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BTW: I have already reported the lack of evidence image image with the e-challan on the website.
They'll get back to you on the evidence part. If they do, just pay up. Not a large sum to go running rounds of police station and eSeva!

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If they say, it was on this ring road location you mentioned, then, in my view, you need to pay the fine since based on your request service center guys have tried to reproduce the issue and resolve.
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I agree to this.
No offence to both of you.

The customer has asked for a solution regarding a problem to be checked and addressed but it is the ASC who is to be held at fault as they have no freedom to create a traffic offence. It doesn't give them the authority to do anything they wish to.

Being a small sum, no point in fighting much but this case is sheer negligence from the ASC. They should have taken due care before over speeding on the highway or search for a stretch that is safe without traffic.

What the OP should do is (if interested) pull the job card out along with gate pass details (In time and Out time when handing the car for service and when it went for TD to justify).

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If it was somewhere else, then, you can ask them to provide the jobcard copy with opening date and time and invoicing date and time to prove that your car was in service center and you are not liable for this fine
Their ASC is located on the highway just after the Military Dairy Farm road near the Bowenpally Check post. It is surrounded by showrooms of Maruti, Hyundai, Honda and the ASC of Mercedes.

Speed gun has been installed rather the guy (police) himself stands on the divider clicking images. I stay there (0.5 kms away actually).

This over speeding I think is on the highway leading to Jeedimetla Village area or Kompally. Being the highway, the test driver would have stretched the car thinking no one would catch but bad luck.

This issue can't be at the ORR. I know the maximum limit is 100 kmph but I don't think the test driver would have gone that far. IIRC distance from the service centre to ORR would be around 18 kms one way. Plus ORR comes under the Medchal and not Trimulgherry jurisdiction.

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Hi Team-Bhpians, need your advice on a traffic ticket. Last weekend Sunday afternoon, I was driving back to Bangalore from Chikballapur via the usual Hyd-Blr road. Somewhere before Devanahhalli (IIRC, after crossing Avati), there were traffic cops waiting with speedgun just after the down-ramp of a small flyover. They were positioned so well that you can only spot them after you have descended the down-ramp and have gained momentum. Long story short, I was caught 'over speeding' at 90 KMPH with the official limit being 80. I did not argue at all, paid up the challan of Rs.300 at once; collected the printed receipt from the cop's handheld mobile device (Blackberry?) and left as my family was waiting inside the car. Took a total of 2 minutes. Later when I reached home and inspected the receipt for details, I found that the vehicle Reg. Number is wrongly printed. Something like 'KA51-XX-1334' instead of 'KA51-XX-1234' [just an example] i.e. one number is wrong. Now my question is: Whether I need to do anything for this misprint? Can it happen that there is an outstanding speeding ticket against my car since the fine was collected against a wrong vehicle number? Or there is no record of over speeding against my car since the receipt has wrong Reg. Number?
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Hi Team-Bhpians, need your advice on a traffic ticket. Last weekend Sunday afternoon, I was driving back to Bangalore from Chikballapur via the usual Hyd-Blr road. Somewhere before Devanahhalli (IIRC, after crossing Avati), there were traffic cops waiting with speedgun just after the down-ramp of a small flyover. They were positioned so well that you can only spot them after you have descended the down-ramp and have gained momentum. Long story short, I was caught 'over speeding' at 90 KMPH with the official limit being 80. I did not argue at all, paid up the challan of Rs.300 at once; collected the printed receipt from the cop's handheld mobile device (Blackberry?) and left as my family was waiting inside the car. Took a total of 2 minutes. Later when I reached home and inspected the receipt for details, I found that the vehicle Reg. Number is wrongly printed. Something like 'KA51-XX-1334' instead of 'KA51-XX-1234' [just an example] i.e. one number is wrong. Now my question is: Whether I need to do anything for this misprint? Can it happen that there is an outstanding speeding ticket against my car since the fine was collected against a wrong vehicle number? Or there is no record of over speeding against my car since the receipt has wrong Reg. Number?
Just check the below link for any outstanding fines. If not retain the receipt just in case you are caught any time and the fine shows up on their device. Then you have got the time stamp as the proof-

http://www.bangaloretrafficpolice.gov.in/
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