Airbags mandatory for front passenger in vehicles
29-12-2020 Tue 20:40
The Central government has proposed to make Airbags mandatory for the front passenger seat in vehicles, next to the driver. To provide safety to the passengers, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on Tuesday took the decision and sought suggestions from the stakeholders on this matter next month. The transport ministry has drafted a notification on this issue.
According to this, the Centre has been planning to implement this safety norm for all new cars manufactured from April 1, 2021, onwards. For already existing units, the timeline has been kept as June 1, 2020.
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