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|30th August 2014, 00:25||#166|
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Re: Kerala: Seatbelts mandatory for all occupants (front & rear)
I believe its in the absolute the right direction but yes some law enforcing agents are bound to take advantage of the situation. That's a small worry for a larger benefit to the society.
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|10th September 2014, 11:03||#167|
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I would second Loborgis!
Create awareness on the safety standards and let the people choose.
Freedom resides in giving options to make choices not in imposing a belief
Kerala ghats has many Jeep drivers who don't even have seatbelts as an option but the cops never bother to book or check
Modern rules for only modern cars?
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