Tinted glasses in vehicles: Traffic Magistrate Penalises Several Vehicles in Central Kashmir
Srinagar CNS April 7: While taking a strong notice of violating the traffic rules and regulations, Traffic Magistrate Srinagar has taken strict action against the drivers who were found using Black films in their Vehicles in direct violation of the Supreme Court orders.
According to CNS Additional Mobile Magistrate Traffic Srinagar Shabir Ahmad Malik during his visit to the different parts of Central Kashmir Including City penalised several violators including some VIP’s and IAS officer for using black films in their vehicles.
Meanwhile, it is pertinent to mention that according to Supreme Court ruling, no films or other materials can be pasted on safety glasses of vehicles. The order differentiates between films pasted on glasses, and tinted glass itself fitted by vehicle manufacturers. While black films on vehicles are completely banned.
According to RTO rules for car glass film, the visibility required through the glass used in cars is as follow, the side glasses must have a minimum of 50% visibility. Further, the front and rear glasses must have a minimum of 70% visibility. Thus, the RTO rule is quite clear and quantifiable. (CNS)