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Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Big News / Changed bike insurer Riding Rules, Read New Government Rules Otherwise ...

 Big News / Changed bike insurer Riding Rules, Read New Government Rules Otherwise ...



 In view of the increasing number of road accidents, the government has decided to make some changes in the construction of vehicles and the facilities available to them. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has changed a number of rules in view of safety. Then some new rules have also been implemented. The ministry’s new guideline has been issued for bike insurer riders. The guideline states that people sitting in the back seat of a bike insurer driver must follow these rules. The new rules are as follows.

  • Handhold behind the driver's seat
  • Directions for light container installation
  • Also a new guideline for tires

1. Handhold behind the driver's seat

The handhold is required on both sides of the back seat of the bike insurer as per the guideline of the ministry. The handhold is for the safety of the occupant. If the bike insurer driver suddenly brakes, he can catch it. Along with this, a stand with feet on both sides is required for those sitting in the back. In addition, at least half of the left side of the rear tire of the bike insurer should be securely covered. So that the clothes of the person sitting behind do not get into the wheel.


2. Instructions for installing lightweight containers

The ministry has issued guidelines for installing lightweight containers in bike insurers. The length of this container should not exceed 550 mm, width 510 mm, and height 500 mm. Only the driver will be allowed if the container is placed in the rear ride position. Meaning no one else sits on the bike insurer. The other person can sit on the bike insurer is placed behind the rear seat.


3. Also new guideline regarding tires

The government has recently issued a new guideline on tires. Under this, a tire pressure monitoring system is recommended for vehicles weighing up to a maximum of 3.5 tons. The sensor in this system provides the driver with information about the air conditioner in the tires of the vehicle. The ministry has also considered tire service. Implementing this will eliminate the need for extra tires in the car. The government has been changing the road safety rules from time to time. The last few years have seen an emphasis on tightening road safety regulations.

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