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See the magic of urban street geometry design In Mumbai.
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"A person driving a vehicle after consuming alcohol puts not only his own life at risk but also plays with the life of others."
Will the technology know how to deal with potholes and stray cows and dogs?
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The Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill proposes a steep hike in fines for traffic violations.
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Shoaib Akhtar will agree to this.
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It isn't clear that the SC's ruling is driven by data.
"Honking is a birthright."
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We humans are always pushing limits ― skydiving, downhill skiing, car racing. The stark reality, however, is that our bodies are not built to survive accidents involving many of the technologies we've...
"Be Safe" is the buzzword as car manufacturers unveil innovations galore to ensure people delight in their new age rides! Safety add-ons lure customers as much as glam fenders, hub spokes and luxury s...
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Exposing a gaping hole in the safety aspect of cars on sale in India, five popular car models in the country failed the crash test conducted by U.K-based Global New Car Assessment Programme (NCAP)....
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To check rash driving, the government is considering putting up three-dimensional (3D) paintings on major highways and busy roads to create virtual speed breakers, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadka...
Road safety is a critical issue in India. The number of vehicles on its roads is rising, urban centres are congested, and motorway networks are expanding. However, the rules and regulations governing road safety date back to the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 (MVA), which is outdated and poorly enforced. Then there is a general lack of awareness of basic traffic rules, absence of traffic signage and lights, and dangerous road conditions. Finally, neither passenger nor commercial vehicles come equipped with basic safety features.