Bike drivers take note
If the two-wheeler driver did not install rear-view mirrors and indicators, then you will have to pay an invoice. A provision for heavy fines has also been given by amending the new Motor Vehicle Act so that people do not violate the rules for fear of fines.
In a road safety survey conducted by the traffic police in Bangalore, it was observed that most of the two-wheeler accidents were caused by non-use of rear-view mirrors and indicators. In such a situation, the traffic police has given orders to appear strictly against those who do not use rear-view mirrors and indicators.
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The law related to it- Use of rear-view mirrors is mandatory under sections 5 and 7 of the Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. However, earlier people and traffic police also paid less attention to this. Rear-view mirror two wheeler has a very important components, which reduces the chances of accidents with the vehicles coming from the rear while turning the vehicle. Similarly, the use of indicators in two wheelers is also very important, so that the trains coming in front of you or behind you indicate in which direction you want to turn the vehicle. Wheeler, which does not have rear-view mirrors and indicators, will strictly invoice 500 rupees. For the two wheeler driver, these are very important components of the bike that everyone should use.