If you're on a pillion ride, a kid above the age of four will be classified as the third person under the current Motor Vehicle Act. If you're riding your two-wheeler with your wife and a kid (4 years old), you'll be fined. For breaking this law, you could be fined Rs 1000 under Section 194A of the Motor Vehicles Act. Penalty for violating safety regulations for motorcycle riders and pillion riders. Anyone who drives a motorcycle or triggers or makes a motorcycle to be driven in violation of section 128 or the laws or regulations enacted thereunder is subject to a fine of one thousand rupees and a three-month ban from having a motorcycle licence.
Use of safety belts and the seating of children: A fine of one thousand rupees will be imposed on anyone who drives a vehicle without wearing a seat belt or holds passengers who are not wearing seat belts. A fine of one thousand rupees will be imposed on anyone who drives a motor vehicle or requires or enables a motor vehicle to be driven with a child under the age of fourteen who is not covered by a seat belt or a child restraint system. In light of the current pandemic, the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways of the Government of India extended the validity of motor vehicle documents such as driving licence (DL), registration certificates (RC), and also permits until 30 June 2021.