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Rear Seat Belt Alarms Now Mandatory In India, Indian Road Ministry Issues Draft Rules | Watch Video
The Union Ministry of Road, Transport, and Highway has issued draft rules to make it mandatory for car makers to install alarm systems for rear seat belts. They Have also directed car companies to install speed alert systems to check overspeeding. Watch Video
Indian road ministry has implemented the use of rear seat belts after Cyrus Mistry’s Accident Case. On Wednesday, The Union Ministry of Road, Transport, and Highway issued draft rules to make rear seat belt alarms mandatory. The seat belt alarm will be mandatory in M and N category vehicles. The alarm will be with audio and video warnings. Also, there will be a speed alert system to check over speeding. Earlier, the ministry directed e-commerce companies to stop selling seat belt alarm disabling devices. Watch Video
Written By: Amit Kumar