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  1. Hello India-Drive men. I'm back after a long time with a new post on HAZARD LAMPS. This is a discussion post on the uses of a HAZARD LAMPA in India. Please do share your views on the post. Almost every car and now a days few bikes in India are coming equipped with a HAZARD LAMP but people very rarely use that. Few people doesn't even know what that switch with a RED TRIANGLE mark is😂 While there are few people who use it, few in a proper way few always use it. Here are my views on the uses of HAZARD LAMPS and how I use it. > While entering a TUNNEL/DARK area where the visibility is low or zero. > While it's RAINING heavily as the visibility is low. > While REVERSING our vehicle . > While going in SMOKY/FOGY area where the visibility is low. > When suddenly BRAKING/CHANGING LANES on a highway. > When using a WRONG LANE/OPPOSITE LANE. > When the vehicle comes to halt. > When OVERTAKING In a two laned road. Here are few instances where I use my HAZARD LAMPS. Questions and doubts i have on HAZARD LAMPS: Recently I read an article in CarToq where they mentioned "HAZARD LAMPS should only be used when the vehicle comes to HALT" The name it self suggests that they should be used in a DANGEROUS situation. So why only use it when the vehicle comes to halt? please feel free to discuss on the topic and share your views. also share in your social networks. Let's educate people and avoid accidents.
  2. First time in India, Hyderabad traffic police introduces new points system to control the traffic offenders. If a driver/rider who is regular offender will get his license suspended. Starting : August 1st 2017 Total points : 12 Time period : 24 months Important points : If a drivers exceeds 12 points in the tenure of 24 months, his/her license will be suspended for a period of 1 year. If he is second time offender, means a Driver who got back license after the suspension period and committed offense(crossed 12 points again), his license will be suspended for 2 years and It is similar for the 3rd time. Learners license will be canceled, If a driver crossed 5 points, he should apply for the new learners license. Entire system runs on cashless model, all challans should be cleared online, it is a contact less model and it is introduced first time in India. Points table: Major offense: Drink and drive and Committing a robbery or similar offence. Minor offense: Driving without Seat belt/Helmet and Carrying extra passengers.
  3. Vijayawada city is complete mess. People traveling from Hyderabad to Rajahmundry can use the following bypass to skip the Vijayawada traffic. Map URL : https://goo.gl/maps/dS3ypRGMeyR2 Vijayawada bypass via newly laid road call IRR
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