The Bajaj Group is amongst the top 10 business houses in India. Its footprint stretches over a wide range of industries, spanning automobiles (two-wheelers and three-wheelers),
Road Transport Ministry has issued a draft notification, making ABS (anti-lock-braking) and combined braking system (CBS) mandatory for all models of two-wheelers by April 2018. The road transport ministry has issued a draft notification specifying the dates for compliance of these norms in its bid to reduce crashes and deaths involving two-wheelers by improving the braking system. ABS generally improves control over the vehicle and decreases stopping distances on dry and slippery surfaces. Due to fear of a locked wheel, riders often don't apply the brake fully even in emergency situations, which contributes to higher number of crashes. ABS can avoid the accident or reduce collision speed significantly.
As per the draft rules, fitting ABS would be mandatory for all vehicles having more th
As in yester decades of 50s to mid 90's, the scooters have dominated the two wheeler market, till the arrivals of Japanese - Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Honda. Now after 2 decades losing out to bikes, Scooters are clawing their way back thanks to ubiquitous Honda Activa. The company is now setting up a manufacturing plant in Gujarat which will have a capacity of 1.2 million units per year. As pressure on public transport increases, a growing number of students and professionals are opting for scooters. While women account for a larger percentage of this buyer base. Scooter remains the versatile vehicle that could do no wrong.
Will India go the ASEAN markets way ?
It will remain in doubt as for longer distance, bikes still perform better and the sales of sporty bikes like Pulsar and t