•  Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (59 of 1988) Section  14(2)(a) – Oil tanker – In  the case of transport vehicles carrying goods which are dangerous or hazardous in nature, the driving license ordinarily issued is not sufficient - Such a driving license requires a further endorsement as to the compliance by the driver and these licenses are effective only for a period of one year and subject to renewal for similar period from time to time thereafter – The argument that on that particular journey the oil tanker was empty meaningless – There is no material made available to show that the driver had secured the authorisation necessary in terms of Section 14(2) of MV Act, read with rule 9 of Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989. (2018-1) PUNJAB LAW REPORTER
  •  Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (59 of 1988) Section  14(2)(a)  read with rule 9 of Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989. – Oil tanker – In  the case of transport vehicles carrying goods which are dangerous or hazardous in nature, the driving license ordinarily issued is not sufficient - Such a driving license requires a further endorsement as to the compliance by the driver and these licenses are effective only for a period of one year and subject to renewal for similar period from time to time thereafter – The argument that on that particular journey the oil tanker was empty meaningless – There is no material made available to show that the driver had secured the authorisation necessary in terms of Section 14(2) of MV Act, read with rule 9 of Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989.. (2018-1) PUNJAB LAW REPORTER 
  •  Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (59 of 1988) S.   14 – Licence to drive a transport vehicle carrying goods of dangerous or hazardous nature shall be effective for a period of one year and the renewal thereof shall be subject to condition that the driver undergoes one day refresher course of the prescribed syllabus - Concededly, no such evidence brought on record that the driver, who was driving the vehicle at the time of accident, had fulfilled the aforementioned qualifications - In the absence of the same, there was breach of terms and conditions of the policy, therefore, the liability has wrongly been fastened upon the insurance company. (2018-3) PUNJAB LAW REPORTER
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