The test is going to make it mandatory to know how much the car can save in case of a dangerous accident

At present, besides the engine and features of the car, the issue of safety is also getting priority among the customers. Many people are buying a car after seeing 5 or 4 safety rating at the time of They are choosing this path thinking about themselves and their closest family. 

So far, India has not had international standards for vehicle safety testing. The center has been asking about this for a long time. This time it is going to be launched in a permanent way. Bharat NCAP will now crash test all vehicles made in India in accordance with international rules. The new rules are being introduced from April next year.

This rule has not been mandatory in the country for so long. But now the government has realized the need to check the safety of Indian vehicles. That practice is already in vogue in the developed countries of the world. So, to continue the trend of development, Indian crash test is going to be introduced this time. Official sources said that the cars have to be brought to the market in compliance with the security rules of the country. However, if a model gets a low rating in a crash test, it will not be considered a legal offense. Official sources said, "There is no obligation for all models to get 5 or 4 ratings."

In fact, India has the highest number of road accidents in the world. Again, at number three in terms of losses. Statistics show that an average of 500,000 road accidents occur in the country every year. As a result, an average of 1.50 lakh people died. Of these, 80% are between the ages of 18 and 45. To reduce the number of deaths, the government advises companies to build powerful vehicles, develop state-of-the-art traffic management systems and avoid artificial errors on the roads using artificial intelligence technology.

According to official sources, India is 5-6 years behind the global car market in crash tests. On the other hand, in order to ensure that there are no shortcomings in the protection of models sold in the Indian market, the administration said, "Our rules are being developed. We are practicing the Global Encamp model in other countries including America, Europe and Korea. Manufacturers will be notified before the directive is issued.” 

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