Now the cheesy judges who ride bikes and sit back, the government has announced a new guideline

Now the cheesy judges who ride bikes and sit back, the government has announced a new guideline

The central government has changed many rules for road safety, while some rules have been made. The ministry has recently revealed new guidelines for two-wheeler riders.

Central government changed many rules for road safety
Announcement of new guidelines for two-wheeler riders
Recently Modi government has changed some rules regarding road safety and made some new rules. The ministry has issued new guidelines for bike riders. Then let's know about this area ...

Made walking mandatory
According to the ministry's guideline, the hands have to be placed behind the driver's seat on both sides of the bike. Its purpose is to protect those sitting behind. Yet most bikes do not have this feature. Along with this, paddles on both sides have been made mandatory for those who sit behind the bike.

In addition, the left half of the rear wheel of the bike has to be securely covered so that the clothes of those sitting behind do not get stuck in the rear wheel.

Guided Guide to Light Containers in Bikes
The ministry has also issued guidelines for placing light containers in bikes. The length of this container should not exceed 550 mm, width 510 mm and height 500 mm.

If the container is to be placed at the rear ride site, only the driver will be allowed. Meaning that no one else will be able to sit on that bike. The government will change these rules from time to time.

Also a guide to tires
The government has also recently issued new guidelines on tires. Built-in max is 3.5. Tire pressure monitoring systems are indicated for tonnage vehicles.

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In this system, the driver gets information about the position of the air in the vehicle's tires through sensors. The ministry has also recommended tire repair kits. After its introduction, the vehicle will no longer require spare tires.

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