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Old 29th July 2010, 10:37   #1
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Default It's NHAI's duty to provide tow away service

It appears it is the duty of NHAI and the contractor of Toll roads on NH to provide free towing service/ambulance, fire tender as per the reply given to an RTI application

Further it is the duty of the agency collecting toll to provide for rest rooms toilets, bus bays on the toll roads

here are the links

It's NHAI's duty to provide tow away service | | | Indian Express

Car breakdown or accident on toll highway? Seek free help - Hindustan Times

Highway Assistance is now cost-free - News - ZigWheels

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Old 29th July 2010, 16:08   #2
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Good piece of information there. Now if only someone could come up with the contact nos of NHAI for these toll roads, would be useful for those who are frequntly using toll highways. It's all there in paper but what actually happens on the ground is what really counts.
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thanks for sharing this. Its disgusting to see that despite a contract these guys charge for such facilities. What is the toll taken after all for ?
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