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Potential improvements to Indian car safety as government proposes mandatory crash tests

More people die in road accidents in India than anywhere else and the country accounts for about 10% of all-road accident deaths in the world. In a move to make vehicles safer, the Indian government has drawn up a set of safety norms for new cars in the country, including mandatory offset frontal crash and … Continued

More people die in road accidents in India than anywhere else and the country accounts for about 10% of all-road accident deaths in the world. In a move to make vehicles safer, the Indian government has drawn up a set of safety norms for new cars in the country, including mandatory offset frontal crash and side-impact tests.

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