Bull Bars and Guards on Cars and SUVs banned: Right Decision?

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December 20, 2017 at 6:15 pm #306028

Recently while returning from a long journey my bumper was broken and it was hanging in a very pathetic condition. It could have touched the road and resulting in the major fatal Accident before i realised that the speed and balance of the car has changed. I own a Ford Ecosport and I installed it spending Rs 8000/. I was really scared after the incident and immediately removed the bumper then and there after the incident.

Recently government has banned the use of such aftermarket accessories like guardsand bull bars on cars. Do you agree or disagree? Do share your thoughts with instances if possible.

December 20, 2017 at 6:20 pm #306170

No question about it- it’s a move in the right direction. These modifications alter the approved type when homologated from its original design, putting the design integrity of the vehicle in question. They’re also dangerous for pedestrians and are often used by rowdy drivers for imposing themselves on smaller cars. Some drivers with such accessories installed don’t even mind ramming their cars into other vehicles on the roads to an extent, as they know that it would prevent any harm to their own vehicle.



April 19, 2018 at 2:08 pm #317885

Heavy Off roading bumpers on the so called SUVs like Scorpios and XUVs are not a good idea. They dont give enough room to make good mounts and hence they can break easily. These off roading bumpers are good enough for off roading vehicles like Jeeps.

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