It’s time to let go of your favourite horn that you chose to fit your vehicle with. Wonder why?
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The Supreme Court of India, in its judgment dated December 10, 2013, on the petition SLP (Civil) 25237/2010, has banned the multi-tone horns in vehicles. The last date for removal of this is January 10, 2014.
Bangalore Traffic Police, in accordance with the obeyance of law, has issued a notice regarding this. A pamphlet that is issued by the Police Inspector of Indiranagar Traffic Police station says that all kinds of air pressure horns, musical horns, reverse horns, hooters, trumpets and other devices that are fitted on vehicles, that produce an unduly harsh, loud or shrill or alarming noise, and the horns that are not fitted by the manufacturers should be removed with immediate effect.
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