+91 9999699328 support@autofystore.com

Mini Cart

With the increased use of dashboard cameras, it is now possible to view different accidents from different perspectives. This is something that happened some time ago that shows why slow-moving cars are so dangerous on highways. For this reason, slow-moving vehicles cannot pass on expressways. 

Video captured by a Maruti Suzuki Baleno dashcam shows a relatively empty highway somewhere in Tamil Nadu. A Maruti Suzuki Baleno was driving in the rightmost lane at a moderate speed when the driver spotted an autorickshaw. 


Instead of slowing, the driver drifts to the left and can pass the auto-rickshaw and keep going. However, the auto-rickshaw also starts running to the left. The driver of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno was unable to find an exit and crashed into the rear of the autorickshaw.

As a result of this accident, a man fell from a rickshaw. Several women sat in the backseat of the auto-rickshaw, which crashed into the Baleno’s hood. No one was seriously injured in this accident. 

But who do you think is at fault here?

The driver of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno also tried to pass on the left side of the tricycle, although the primary responsibility for the accident lay with the tricycle driver who changed lanes without checking his mirrors. In general, such autorickshaws do not move when you honk their horns, so the Baleno driver may have tried to overtake them on the left. However, both parties are equally responsible for this crash.

In general, it is recommended to pass vehicles on the right side. It is also important to avoid driving into the blind spots of other vehicles. Trucks in particular have large blind spots, and the limited visibility area for truck drivers is larger on the left side. When overtaking, it is recommended to use the right lane. In India, where right-hand drive vehicles are fitted, visibility is usually better on the right than on the left. On highways, it is preferable to overtake on the right, as there are no right-turn lanes on the right where vehicles can suddenly change direction. Due to the right-hand drive setup, drivers tend to pay more attention to the right than the left.

Therefore, it is recommended to always overtake on the right side. When passing a large vehicle such as a bus or truck, it is important to perform manoeuvres quickly and flash your headlights to signal your intentions. These are basic road safety precautions that help you avoid potential risks. Also, it is important to always pay attention while driving. It is recommended to stop and rest when you feel tired. Alternatively, if possible, consider hiring someone else to drive. 

Read Also: THE BEAST: 27,000 CC V12 ENGINE CAR

What do you think about this? and share this with your friends & family, comment down below. 👇🏻

Follow us on social media for more car & bikes related content

Aside from minor updates to the variant lineup and the need to comply with revised emissions and safety regulations, the 3rd generation Hyundai i20 hasn’t changed much since its launch in 2020. However, Hyundai is reportedly working on a facelifted version of the i20, which is expected to arrive in India in the next few weeks. South Korean online platform AutoSpy has leaked images of this upcoming facelifted Hyundai i20. It appears to be production ready with some visible improvements. 

Hyundai Elite i20 Front Look

Outwardly, this revamped i20 isn’t a big facelift compared to the current model. The headlights have been slightly adjusted to have a curved outer edge and feature full LED illumination similar to the headlights on the new 4th generation Verna. 

Hyundai Elite i20 Side Look

The grille looks the same as before, but the front bumper is new with a boomerang-shaped air curtain and a sportier-looking front splitter. 

Hyundai Elite i20 Boot Look with LED DRLs


The facelifted Hyundai i20 looks unchanged from the side, but the car has new alloy wheels. At the rear, the LED taillights with Z-shaped LED inserts and the design of the tailgate balance the current model. However, the rear bumper has been updated with a new reflector housing and a new rear diffuser design with silver trim. 

Drone view of Hyundai Elite i20

New and Updated cabin Hyundai Elite i20

A single image of the interior of the facelifted Hyundai i20 has also leaked, showing that the cabin layout has been kept with the same all-black theme. The most noticeable change on this refreshed i20, however, is the new full TFT instrument panel that looks just like the Alcazar. Other than that, the cabin appears to retain its current feature list, which includes a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, a four-spoke multifunction steering wheel, and wireless charging. The new i20 is also expected to be equipped with new features such as ventilated front seats.

Hyundai recently ditched diesel models of the i20 and the hatchback will only be available as a pure petrol version. This means that the new and improved i20 retains the current version’s 1.2-litre 4-cylinder 83PS turbocharged petrol engine and 1.0-litre 3-cylinder 120PS turbocharged petrol engine.

The facelifted version of the Hyundai i20 will go on sale first in its home market of South Korea, followed by other major markets, including India. The new i20 will continue to compete with vehicles such as the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Granza and Tata Altros. 

What do you think about this? and share this with your friends & family, comment down below. 👇🏻

Follow us on social media