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Thursday, 23 November 2017

Government of India to Make Test for Driving License Stricter!

Government plays a very vital role in a citizen’s life by implementing laws and regulations as they deliver warnings for our safety, thereby we must follow them, as good laws are the offspring of bad actions only. With evolving times laws for automobile has evolved from 1914 Act to Indian Motor Vehicle Act1924 Motor Vehicles Act, 1939 which came into force in 1940.

Later, Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 was introduced which regulated all aspects of road transport vehicles including both transport and non-transport vehicles. The Act provides details of legislative provisions regarding licensing of drivers/conductors, registration of motor vehicles, control of motor vehicles through permits, special provisions relating to state transport undertakings, traffic regulation, insurance, liability, offences and penalties, etc.

To exercise the above legislative provisions Government of India created Central Motor Vehicle Rules in 1989 and made sure that all the rules under the Act are enforced in a well organized manner, as no laws are better than laws not enforced. Yet with increasing number of cars on the road, we can witness number of juveniles, adults breaking the rules and falsely acquiring the driving license, resulting in increased number of road accidents. The number of accidents on Indian roads stood at 4, 80,652, resulting in 1, 50,785 deaths, which revealed drivers’ fault is a major factor, resulting in 84% of the total accidents in 2016.

Thereby, to bring down this number, the Government has joined hands with India’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki, to set up automated driving test centers at 10 locations in the capital over the year. As we all know how till now, driving tests are conducted manually by the driving inspector and how those turn out.

These centers will comprise of a scientifically laid test track, integrated IT network and several high definition cameras. Additionally, these centers will also employ a video analytics technology to analyze the driving behavior of the person applying for the license test. Thereby there won’t be a chance of negligence, also along with the setup; the manufacturer will also be responsible for operation and maintenance of the new centers for the next three years.

The locations for the centers have been finalized as DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation) terminals at Hauz Khas, Shakur Basti, Raja Garden and Hari Nagar. Other centers are being built in Rohini, Dwarka, Jharoda Kalan, Burari, Sarai Kale Khan and Loni Road.

So, let’s come together and help government in this initiative of making India, technologically advance.

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