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Old 10th September 2016, 10:58   #46
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Default Re: Why do Indian cars lack features / safety kit (vis a vis their int'l versions)?

Extra safety features made must for all cars from 2017

*New models of cars will have "manual override" feature from Oct 2017
*Reverse gear sensor system also made mandatory in all vehicles
*Mandatory audio warning on exceeding speed of 80 kmph and seatbelt alert to be installed from Oct 2018
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