The Hyderabad Traffic Police have decided to start a special drive from Wednesday.
“We request all four-wheeler owners to remove the tints/black films on the safety glasses expeditiously, failing which penalty of Rs 1,000 will be imposed on the car owners and cases will be booked under relevant sections of MV Act for non-compliance of court instructions,” said Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Jitender.
The officer said that they observed that some of the car users who had removed darker films were using lighter color films instead, which was also not permitted by the SC. The SC ordered to ensure that no film was pasted to the safety glasses and it should be VLT (Visual Light Transmission) free.
The car decors and accessory shop owners were also warned about illegally fixing black films by telling the car owners that it was “RTA approved”. If any such allegation was proved, stringent action would be taken against such shops also as per City Police Act, he said.
“Some car owners are using sun shades and curtains and some high-end cars are having the facility to draw up black screens. Since the spirit of the Supreme Court order is that there should be clear visibility inside the vehicle, any material obstructing visibility is illegal. 
Even the RTC buses, private and tourist buses, school buses which are also having such films pasted on their window screen should get them removed immediately,” the Additional Commissioner said.
Further, he said special drives would be conducted for the removal of tinted glasses and black films and also on pending challans. Vehicle owners are requested to clear the pending challans at the earliest to avoid charge sheeting, he added.

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