lights other than those permitted in the Motor Vehicles
Rules can be fitted on the vehicle. This includes
spotlights, searchlights, mercury lamps, moving lights
and fancy lights. Dome lights are also not permitted
unless specifically authorised.
red light can be fitted anywhere such that visible
from the front.
red lights and white reverse lights are allowed as
visible from behind. During the night, the license
plate of a car must be illuminated by a light. All
vehicles must have Hazard lights or Parking lights.
vehicles must have rear-view mirrors. These must be
fitted externally in transport vehicles.
use of cellular phones is prohibited while driving.
TV/Video display is allowed in a vehicle where it
may be a disturbance to the driver.
multiton horns can be fitted onto a vehicle. Also,
Horns producing musical notes, unduly harsh, shrill
or alarming noises are also prohibited.
glasses of the front and rear windscreen should be
such that the visual transmission of light is not
less than 70% and in case of side windows, it should
not be less than 50%. The thumb rule is that they
permit clear vision from inside to outside, and outside