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Old 6th March 2014, 18:25   #46
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Default Re: Should India have anti-lemon laws and a vehicle quality monitoring administration

We absolutely should have anti-lemon laws here. But then, there are so many more things we want the Government to do for us that it does not know where to start and ends up doing nothing!

We have provisions and various agencies like ARAI, ministry of road transport and highways, etc. to implement the provisions, but none of them are very active when it comes to enforcement.

e.g. ARAI conducts fuel efficiency tests for cars. But those figures never give a real world picture. Perhaps, there is need for ARAI to set standards to measure real world efficiency and provide a City, Highway and Combined number thats realistic.

Overall, there is a lot of scope for stricter laws and provisions. Just that the agencies need to be more active...
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