- The rule of mandatory airbags for front seat passengers is already in force in new cars.
- Many older models of cars do not have airbags for the front passenger.
- The government has made airbags mandatory for front seat passengers for safety.
The government has given relief to those car owners, whose car has a front seat. airbag (airbag) is not available. The Ministry of Road Transport has extended the deadline for making it mandatory by four months. Now car makers will have to complete this work by December 31.
However, in the case of new cars, its rules will remain the same. From April 1, the rule of mandatory airbags for front seat passengers is applicable in new cars. Sources say that the rules have been relaxed in view of the corona epidemic. Car makers need some time for this. They have to make some changes in their production line.
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In another decision, the ministry has allowed the height of heavy goods vehicles to be increased to 4.75 metres. This permission has been given only for ‘Indivisible Load’. This will give a big relief to the transporters transporting steel and glass.
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SP Singh, Senior Fellow, Delhi-based think tank IFTRT said, “The definition of individual load is not entirely clear. This provision will be misused by transports. On one hand we are looking at reduction in road deaths. On the other hand, we take such steps, which compromise on road safety.
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