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Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways banned fitting bullbars on vehicles in India

According to a new notice circulated by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, no vehicle should have strapped bull bars or crash guards on any of its body parts as it is the violation of Government set rules. For a long time, vehicles in India have been accessorised with bullbars – often available at the point of sale, itself.

While some feel the accessory adds to the look of their vehicles, others are of the opinion that bullbars and crash guards can help protect their vehicle’s body in low-impact scenarios. The presence of crash guards and bull bars can be fatal to the passenger and pedestrians. The airbags may fail to operate due to the crash guard after a vigorous crash and can cause harm to the driver and other passengers in the vehicle.

It can also prove dangerous to the pedestrians.



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