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Sunday, 14 January 2018

Wearing Half-Helmet or Headgear without ISI Mark Will Be Considered Helmetless!

Now, two wheelers riders will have to take a close look at the type of helmet they are using. As Bangalore city police on Thursday asked two-wheeler riders, including those on pillion, to wear only helmets with ISI mark.

Police commissioner of the state has given two-wheeler riders time till January 31 to buy headgears with ISI mark. If not from February 1, those wearing helmets without ISI mark will be penalized and they'd be treated as riding helmetless and will be charged with the prescribed fine for 'helmetless' riders i.e. Rs 100.

The drive is part of a state-wide endeavor to deter riders from using half-helmets and, instead, go for safer headgear of assured ISI quality. As headgears that cover the whole face come with ISI mark, Police consider other helmets as 'half-helmets' or those not conforming to BIS.

Not just that in UP with an attempt to curb the rising number of road accident deaths in the state, almost all of which the traffic department believes are a result of drivers not following rules, the government has decided to observe 'helmet and seat belt day' every Wednesday.

Traffic departments across the state, along with the transport department, will jointly conduct checks for helmets on two-wheeler riders and seat belts in four-wheelers. According to data from the traffic department, there were as many as 19,320 road accidents in UP in 2016, of which 59% were due to people not wearing helmets.

Also, wearing helmets has been made mandatory for all pillion riders across the state, under section 129 (wearing of protective headgear) of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

So, let’s come together and help government in this initiative of making Indian roads safe for driving.
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