Owner of the Porshe car 911, worth 2 crore, paid a fine of 27.68 lakhs for violating the rules, which is the highest fine in India. The car was stopped at Vajra, Helmet crossroads on November 28, the car did not have the number plate. The traffic police officials questioned him and the owner of the Porshe car failed to produce the valid documents. The car was detained and police officials issued a memo under Motor vehicles act.
Initially, the fine was 9.8 lakhs but the officials took out the old records and they imposed the penalty of 27.68 lakhs, which is considered to be the highest in India. The car was imported in 2017, the owner of the car registered the vehicle in Haryana, the number plate went missing. The is in Gujarat, the RTO calculated the lifetime tax and penalty 27.68 lakhs. The Porshe car owner took back his car by showing the receipt.