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Some Features of the new Bill
     The features of the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill, 2017 are :
LEARNERS LICENCE TO BE ISSUED ONLINE
     The bill seeks to redress the difficulties faced in obtaining driving licenses without the help of touts by taking the process online. Tests for driving licences will be automated, and learner’s licences will be issued online.
     The bill provides for an increase of fines for breaking road rules.
VALIDITY
     The new law states that driving licence issued to a person under the age of 30 is valid till the person turns 40. For those who receive licences between the ages of 30 and 50, the licence will remain valid for 10 years. If the licence is issued between 50 and 55 years, it will be valid until the person turns 60, and above 55 years, licence will carry a five-year validity.
     The bill defines aggregators as a digital intermediary or market place for a passenger to connect with a driver for the purpose of transportation and makes it optional for the states to follow central guidelines related to the aggregators.
     The bill leaves the regulation of aggregators to states.
     The bill also removes the cap on payments to be made under third-party insurance proposed in the 2016 bill.
          The bill provides for the recall of vehicles if the defective vehicle is a danger to the environment, the driver or other road users. The manufacturer would be required to reimburse all buyers with the full cost of the vehicle, replace the defective vehicle, and if necessary pay a fine as specified by the government.