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Government: All front-facing passengers in car must wear three-point seat belts

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The Indian government has mandated that all front-facing passengers in a vehicle wear three-point seat belts. The standard will also apply to the middle seat in the back row of a car, according to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, who spoke at a press conference on Thursday, February 10.

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“I have signed a file yesterday to make it mandatory for automakers to provide three-point seat belts for all the front facing passengers in a car,” the Road Transport and Highways minister said.

Dates have not yet been announced

car must wear three point seat belts

He did not specify when the new requirement will become effective. Currently, most cars produced in the country only have three-point seat belts in the front seats and two rear seats.

However, the centre or middle rear seat in these vehicles is only equipped with a two-point or lap seat belt, similar to those found in aeroplane seats.

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