The central government is preparing to take a number of strict steps on road safety. (Indicative photo)
The central government is bringing new road safety rules to make people aware of road safety. According to the data, in 2019, about 44,666 two-wheelers were killed in road accidents. 80 per cent of the drivers did not wear helmets.
Safety certificate course will have to be broken if traffic rules are broken
The new rules will come into effect from November 2021. According to the rules, if you already have a driving license and you have broken the traffic rules, then you will have to pass the safety certificate course. You will get 3 months to complete this refresher course. The Aadhar card of the driver who has completed this course will be linked to the driving license so that their driving can be tracked. The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) is now going to be strict about safe driving. The ministry is about to introduce a system to mark those who cross the toll without two-wheelers and meet the police. In this, footage of the bike riders will be shared without a helmet and their challan will be cut.
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The central government is bringing these rules to make people aware of road safety. According to the data, about 44,666 two-wheeler drivers died in road accidents in 2019. 80 per cent of the drivers did not wear helmets. According to the report, those applying for a new driving license can be included in online video tutorials and safety certification courses for those who have obtained driving license in the new Central Motor Vehicle Rules in the coming days. However, no official information has been given by the government so far.