No Driverless cars on Indian roads
As per latest news, driverless cars will not be allowed on Indian roads.
A lot of car lovers in Udaipur were waiting for the driverless cars. As per latest news, driverless cars will not be allowed on Indian roads. People were awaiting this big change in driving technology. They were eager to own “driverless cars”. The government just declared that driverless cars won’t be allowed on Indian roads.
Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has just announced that Indian government will not allow driverless cars on its roads. He added that the government is focussing on creating more employment for its people. By allowing driverless cars, more people are likely to stay unemployed. He said that there is a shortage of around 22000 trained drivers in India. Gadkari also said that all overseas electrical vehicle manufacturers have been informed that his ministry won’t support any relief from import duty for such vehicles coming to India. There is no question of tax relief. Nitin Gadkari also said that one of the bike manufacturing companies informed him that they have come up with an electric bike which can run 240 kilometers in one single charge.
Inputs from indiatimes.com
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