Amazon stops selling seatbelt alarm blockers after Gadkari’s warning


Amazon, one of the largest e-commerce companies, has removed the listings of seatbelt alarm blockers from its platform. These blockers turn off the alarm for seatbelts in cars. The company said that this product will not be available for sale on its website. Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari had asked the company to stop selling such blockers. Following the death of former Tata Sons chairman and business tycoon Cyrus Mistry in an accident, the government plans to implement stricter rules regarding road safety.

Seatbelt alarm blocks are used to turn off an alarm that warns occupants of a car to wear a seatbelt. It’s like a seatbelt clip that fits into the slot to turn off the alarm. Amazon told Reuters Told That it is taking strict action against those selling such products in violation of the law. Gadgets 360 could not find these products on Amazon’s website. Gadkari said on Wednesday that he has asked Amazon to stop selling seatbelt alarm blockers.

There are reports that Mistry, who was on the back seat, was not wearing a seatbelt while traveling in the car. Responding to this, Gadkari had said that there is a need to change the mindset of the people to increase road safety. He said, “People think that rear seat occupants don’t need seatbelts. This is a problem. Both front and back seat occupants need to wear seatbelts. I traveled in four chief minister’s cars.” I was on the front seat and I came to know that there is a clip which does not sound the alarm if the belt is not on. I have banned such clips.”

To increase awareness about this, the Road Transport Ministry is taking the help of Bollywood actors, cricketers and media. Gadkari had told that the ministry the cars working on making six airbags mandatory for He said, “Automobile companies install six airbags on exporting these cars.”

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