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How should a helmet fit?

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Girija Patel, Ahmedabad
Level 5 contributor
A helmet should fit snugly. It should be slightly tight. After you fasten the chin strap, push back the front of the helmet if it sides back on your head. Also when selecting a helmet select one which grips well and does not wobble when worn by you.
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What would comprise a good helmet?

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Girija Patel, Ahmedabad
Level 5 contributor
A good helmet should have the following features:

  • A fibreglass or thermoplastic shells
  • EPS or thermocole is aid to be the best energy absorbing liner available and hence should be present in the helmet
  • A nylon or terylene woven straps are required for chinstraps
  • Steel anchor plates are required for securing the chinstraps to the shell
  • Rivets of copper or brass are best for fixing anchor plates to the shell.
  • The helmet must fit snugly. It should not wobble or move after being fastened on the head. Beadings, paints etc. are frills that are applied to promote the helmet.
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What is the minimum educational qualification to hold a driving license?

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Pallavi Deshmukhh, Indore
Level 5 contributor
The minimum educational qualification for a person to drive a transport vehicle is 8th standard. So a person who drives a goods vehicle especially if they carry goods of dangerous nature to human life should have the ability to read and write at least one Indian Language which has been specified in the Schedule VIII of the Indian Constitution and English.
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What precautions should a driver take while driving at night?

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Niranajan Behara, Bhubaneswar
Level 5 contributor
  • Don't overuse headlights
  • Avoid using any other light in your vehicle
  • Do not over speed
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For how much time after the death of an owner can one use the motor vehicle?

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Niranajan Behara, Bhubaneswar
Level 5 contributor
The person succeeding to the possession of the vehicle may for a period of three months, use the vehicle as if it has been transferred to him where such person has, within thirty days of the death of the owner informs the registering authority of the occurrence of the death of the owner and of his own intention to use the vehicle.
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Where should an individual pay the road tax?

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Kunal Yadav, Bhopal
Level 6 contributor
For a new vehicle, the road tax is collected during the time of its registration. For all other cases, the road tax would need to be paid in the office of the registering authority.
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Is there any maximum age for a vehicle to obtain the national permit?

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Kunal Yadav, Bhopal
Level 6 contributor
yes. The national permit is normally granted to a goods vehicle only for a maximum period of 12 years. But if the vehicle is a multi-axle vehicle, then the permit can be granted for a maximum of up to 15 years.
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Which type of vehicles require a permit?

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Kunal Yadav, Bhopal
Level 6 contributor
As per Section 66 of Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 a permit is necessary for transport vehicles. But vehicles that belong to the central or state governments, the police, the local bodies, ambulance services, cranes and good service vehicles whose gross weight does not exceed 3000 kilograms are exempted from the necessity of a permit. The permit allows the use of motor vehicles as a transport vehicle.
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What is the validity of the International Driving Permit in India?

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Aniket Sharma, Korba
Level 5 contributor
The International Driving Permit(IDP) is valid in India for a period of 1 year.
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What is the educational criteria for the IBPS RRB Officer Scale I?

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Mahak Agrawal, Mungeli
Level 5 contributor
The educational criteria for the IBPS RRB Officer Scale I are as follows:

  • The candidate should have a degree in any discipline from a recognised college or university or equivalent with a higher preference for candidates having a degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry, Veterinary Science, Agricultural Engineering, Pisciculture, Agricultural Marketing and Cooperation, Information Technology, Management, Law, Economics and Accountancy.

  • The should be proficient in the local language for the Regional Rural bank that they have applied for.

  • They should have adequate knowledge of computer-related skills as an added qualification.
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