An Evidence Affidavit under Section 166 of the Motor Vehicles Act (MV Act) is a crucial legal document presented in Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) cases. This affidavit contains critical evidence, often in the form of sworn statements, photographs, medical reports, or any documents supporting a motor accident claim. It serves to establish the facts and circumstances surrounding an accident, identifying the parties involved, their liabilities, and the damages suffered. Section 166 of the MV Act mandates the submission of this evidence, ensuring a fair and transparent process for resolving compensation claims in accidents involving motor vehicles. It plays a pivotal role in determining liability and providing justice to accident victims.