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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. 

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Another special measure by the Government of India and the Reserve Bank of India has mandated that 2,000 rupee notes be exchanged or deposited into accounts by 30 September. This sudden announcement, similar to demonetization, has created a commotion in the country, with numerous individuals rushing to banks, businesses, and petrol pumps to exchange these notes. However, many of these companies refuse to accept these banknotes causing problems, leading to an even worse scenario. Recently, a man who went to a petrol station to fill up his scooter was asked to return the fuel given to him after he tried to pay with a 2,000 rupee note. A video capturing the incident has since gone viral. 

The video, shared on Twitter by Haider Naqvi, shows a man at a pump station draining petrol from his scooter after he refused to accept a 2000 rupee note. Naqvi explained in a tweet: “In Jalaung, a man offered a 2000 rupee note to a petrol station. 


From the video, we observe one employee engaging in a conversation with the person recording the video, while another employee is squatting on the floor, using a plastic pipe to extract petrol from the man’s scooter into a container. The video reveals the vehicle number and the faces of the employees involved in this unethical practice. According to reports, this incident occurred at the Hindustan petrol pump in front of D Mart in the Orai Kotwali area of Jalaun, Uttar Pradesh. It was also reported that the man requested the petrol pump attendants to fill his scooter with Rs 400 worth of petrol, but when he attempted to pay with the Rs 2000 note, they refused to accept it and began removing the filled fuel from his scooter.

Rs. 2000 Note will disappear soon – by the order of RBI

2000 Rupee Note Bundle

For those who don’t know, the RBI recently announced its withdrawal from circulation of the highest denomination notes. The 2000 rupee notes introduced in 2016 will remain legal tender, but citizens are required to deposit or redeem these notes by 30 September 2023. The situation is reminiscent of a de-monetization process, but this time there will be less disruption as paper money will be phased out over a long period of time.

The answer for those wondering why this decision was made is that when the 2000 rupee banknote was introduced in 2016, it was intended to quickly replenish cash in circulation after being phased out in fact. However, the central bank has consistently expressed its desire to reduce the circulation of high denomination notes and has stopped printing 2000 rupee banknotes for the past four years. There is speculation that the Indian government may have implemented this measure ahead of the general election, but no definite statement has been made. Apart from this speculation, neither the Central Bank of India nor the Government of India has disclosed any other specific reasons for this action. 

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We’ve seen some past incidents of YouTube influencers trying to hit the magic speed limit of 300km/h. Some of them have been successful, but they are still very dangerous. Agastya Chauhan’s recent accident on the Yamuna highway shows the same. 

A horrific accident while trying to reach 300 km/h on the Yamuna highway killed Agastya on the spot. According to many reports, Agastya was a professional biker. But I think he was riding his bike and making videos for a long time. Professional bikers receive regular training from established schools such as the California Superbike School. 

The accident happened while Agastya was travelling on the Yamuna highway from Agra to Delhi. The exact location of the incident is 47 miles around the Thapal Police Station in Uttar Pradesh. While trying to reach the 300 km/h mark, the driver lost control and crashed into a highway bulkhead. 

His Kawasaki ZX-10R was blown to pieces, shattering his helmet. The driver died instantly from head injuries.

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R features an in-line 4-cylinder 998cc engine capable of producing 197.3 hp of maximum power at 13,000 rpm and 113.5 Nm of maximum torque at 11,500 rpm. For safety reasons, the bicycle is electronically limited to a maximum speed of 299 km/h. It is a track-oriented machine. 

Biker arrested in the past for attempting 300 km/h

A Bangalore biker attempted a similarly dangerous stunt during the 2020 nationwide lockdown due to the COVID pandemic. The motorcyclist posted a video of him riding a Yamaha YZF-R1 at 180mph on public roads. Posted and later caught by the police. Indeed, no official action has yet been taken for the driver’s reckless behaviour.

Speeding on public roads is always very dangerous. Even for experienced riders who have been riding superbikes for a long time, high speeds on Indian roads are unpredictable and accidents can happen quickly. For everyone’s safety, speeding should be restricted on the route.

Some might argue that even routes are not completely safe and crashes happen all the time. That may be true, but racetracks offer a much more controlled environment than public roads. increase. With no public transport or stray animals, the risk of falling on the track is much lower, and the track is designed to absorb the impact of an accident and protect riders from fatal injuries. Additionally, most routes provide critical medical attention in the first moments after an accident. It’s always better to drive fast in a controlled environment than on public roads. 

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Maruti Suzuki has been aggressive in its product launches over the past year, and with the launch of the all-new Brezza and Grand Vitara, the company has regained lost ground and gradually increased its market share. To help further Maruti Suzuki has other new products in its pipeline, one of which is the Fronx, which is already available in showrooms. New products that customers can expect soon include: 

Maruti Suzuki Jimny

The long-awaited Jimny will be the first vehicle to be released next from Maruti Suzuki. The five-door Jimny is due to arrive in India in late May or early June 2023 and is a niche compact that will be powered by Suzuki’s all-grip all-wheel-drive system and 105bhp of his 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine. It’s an off-roader. standard. 

Maruti Suzuki Engage (Innova Hycross-based MPV)

After the Jimny, Maruti Suzuki will launch a badged version of the Toyota Innova Hycross called the Engage. This premium 7-seat MPV is positioned as Maruti Suzuki’s flagship and will be sold through NEXA outlets. Optimized front and rear profiles basically make the Maruti Suzuki Engage Innova Hycross in and out of the skin. There are two types of powertrains: a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated gasoline engine and a 2.0-litre gasoline hybrid. 

New Maruti Suzuki Swift

Suzuki has already tested the new 4th generation Swift overseas and is expected to enter the global market towards the end of 2023. The new Swift will arrive in India shortly after its global launch. It has an evolved design from the inside and is expected to be equipped with new premium features from cars belonging to the upper segment: the proven 1.2-litre K12C DualJet petrol engine and a new fully Powered by his hybrid powertrain. 

All-new Maruti Suzuki Dzire

Alongside the launch of the all-new Swift, Maruti Suzuki is also unveiling its sedan counterpart, the Desire. As with the current iteration, the new Dzire will undergo major exterior and interior changes. However, it will be based on the same platform as the Swift and share a petrol-based powertrain. It will also have a 1.2-litre K12C DualJet petrol engine and an expected full-hybrid powertrain. 

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