Monday, December 10

Mandatory for Two-Wheelers to Have Advanced Braking System in Maharashtra

Source: hindustantimes.com

Existing two-wheelers must get it fitted before the start of the next financial year

All new two-wheelers manufactured from April 2018 and being registered at the regional transport offices (RTO) across the state will come fitted with an advanced braking system.

Existing two-wheelers must get it fitted before the start of the next financial year. To curb two-wheeler accidents, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has made anti-lock braking system (ABS) mandatory for all new two-wheelers manufactured from April 1, 2018, having an engine capacity higher than 125cc. Two-wheelers below that capacity will come fitted with combined braking system (CBS).

Read more – https://www.hindustantimes.com/mumbai-news/mandatory-for-two-wheelers-to-have-advanced-braking-system-in-maharashtra/story-UeDI9kZoujWaE4FWHEp90K.html

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