Helmet Rules: Now Haryana customers will get helmets only from two wheeler dealers.

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Helmet Rules: Now Haryana customers will get helmets only from two wheeler dealers.

New Delhi.
The Two Wheeler Helmet Manufacturers Association has lauded and welcomed the decision of the Haryana government to implement Section 138. The Haryana government has made it mandatory for residents of the state to provide BIS certified helmets when purchasing two-wheelers to ensure road safety. The association said the implementation of the rule would go a long way in reducing the number of two-wheeler deaths in road accidents in the state.

All registered dealers are required to follow the new rules. As soon as this new rule comes into force, it is mandatory to provide helmets prescribed by the Bureau of Indian Standards when selling two wheelers.

As helmets are mandatory by law, the move is a step in the right direction for road safety and the safety of two-wheeler drivers. Further, to ensure its effective implementation, the Haryana government will take stern action against those who do not abide by this rule. All registered dealers are required to put up a flex board outside their dealership to inform the buyer that helmets are compulsorily provided at the time of purchase of two wheeler. The Transport Department Headquarters must be notified with proof, submitting a picture of the Flex Board installation. Dealers who do not follow the state government’s new policy and do not provide helmets or set up flex boards may have their licenses revoked.

In response to the state government’s move towards road safety, Rajiv Kapoor, president of the Two Wheeler Helmet Manufacturers Association, said, “The new rules are the result of many efforts. Helmets are a life-saving device like vaccination, and should not and cannot be compromised. The government wants all new motorcycles and scooters to come with helmets and we also know that the government has made it mandatory to wear helmets all over India. So, with the new rules, there will be no shortage of helmets in India as manufacturers will confidently increase production capacity due to such new initiatives. ”

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