A milkman is using this trike and a video has surfaced of this milk seller, in which he can be seen carrying large containers of milk behind this trike. This young man is also wearing a helmet and a black jacket.
Electricity is being used to power the vehicle, as two inverter-sized batteries can be seen in the front in this video. Looking at this video, it seems that the performance of this vehicle is also very good. It is moving at a relatively good speed when carrying heavy large containers of milk.
In fact, the chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra was also impressed by this trike. He has shared the video of this trike on his social media account. Sharing the video, he wrote “I am not sure if his vehicle meets the rules of the road, but I hope his passion for vehicles remains unchecked…”
He further wrote “This is the best thing I have seen in a long time. I want to meet this road warrior…” For your information, let us tell you that such vehicles do not fulfill the traffic rules and are not allowed to ply on the road. are not legal. Indian law does not allow customers to modify their vehicles.
If they want to modify the vehicle then they can only be used on private properties like race track or open ground. Vehicles made by automobile manufacturers have to meet certain criteria and comply with the rules.
Automobile companies have to homologate their vehicles and ensure that it is safe to ply on public roads. These regulations include permissible limits on air and noise pollution levels as well as safety features.
For example, companies have mandated ABS and dual airbags for four wheelers. Also acceptance of insurance claims for modified vehicles is a big issue. In such a situation, you can be caught by the police using such vehicles and you may have to pay a heavy fine.
However if you have modified your vehicle, you can approach the RTO and get your registration certificate or RC changed as per the modification done by you. But this can happen only if your vehicle is capable of plying on the road.