Bumper to bumper insurance not mandatory: Madras High Court modifies previous order

However, the Court charged law makers with the responsibility of looking into this aspect and examining the need for an amendment to the Act.
Bumper to bumper insurance not mandatory: Madras High Court modifies previous order
Bumper to Bumper Insurance

The Madras High Court has modified its previous order dated August 4 that mandated bumper to bumper insurance for all new vehicles for a period of five years to ensure safety of passengers, drivers, and owners (The New India Assurance Co Ltd v. K Parvathi).

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