GulfHindi English Desk: The Indian Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, has introduced new standards for vehicles across the country, focusing on road safety. These standards have now been approved by the central government. As a result, there will be a need for changes in vehicles running on the roads, especially in terms of air conditioning systems. Within the next six months, all vehicles on the road will be required to have air conditioning.
Truck drivers will soon be seen driving in air-conditioned cabins. The Narendra Modi government has completed the preparations to make the installation of air conditioning systems mandatory in the cabins of trucks belonging to categories N2 and N3. Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, had recently announced this. Now, with the government’s approval of the notification, the installation of air conditioning systems has become compulsory. Nitin Gadkari tweeted about this development.
In a recent program, Nitin Gadkari emphasized the importance of air conditioning in truck cabins for the comfort of drivers. This decision is a significant milestone in ensuring road safety and providing a comfortable working environment for truck drivers, thereby improving their efficiency and addressing the issue of driver fatigue.
Furthermore, Nitin Gadkari stated that by 2025, all truck cabins must have air conditioning. He emphasized the need for auto manufacturers to install air conditioners in truck cabins as soon as possible. He signed the file that makes air conditioning mandatory in truck driver compartments before attending the program, ensuring that truck drivers are well taken care of.
However, there has been opposition to the installation of air conditioning systems in truck cabins due to concerns about increased costs. Nitin Gadkari addressed these concerns and stressed the importance of considering the well-being of truck drivers who operate vehicles under extreme weather conditions. He signed the file to make air-conditioned cabins mandatory for all trucks.
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👉Nitin Gadkari has presented new standards for vehicles across the country, with approval given by the center.
👉Vehicles will need to undergo changes, especially in relation to air conditioning, within the next 6 months.
👉Truck drivers will soon be seen driving in air-conditioned cabins, as the Modi government has made it mandatory for N2 and N3 category trucks.
👉Nitin Gadkari has tweeted about the approval of the notification for mandatory air conditioning systems.
👉Truck drivers play a significant role in road safety, and air-conditioned cabins will provide them with more comfort and help improve their efficiency.
👉By 2025, all truck cabins will be required to have air conditioning.
👉Auto manufacturers will need to install air conditioning systems in truck cabins soon.
👉Nitin Gadkari has addressed concerns about increased costs and stated that all truck cabins will have air conditioning.
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