Why are bikes always have their headlights on in India?

Now a days in India many people wonders to see headlamp of bikes on in day time and fly their hands high to tell the person in order to kindly switch off the headlights of the bike. But they don't know that government of India introduced AHO (automatic headlights on) norms in all new bikes and Scotties (yup Scotties also 😎) for the safety of riders and the people on the roads.
Now come to the point what does AHO  means? and Why is it introduced?

So let's get started.....

What does AHO means?

Bikes headlights is on always in india

AHO stands for automatic headlights on. It is a norm implemented by government of India made it compulsory that new bikes will have headlights on all the time, be it day or night. When two wheelers have this feature their headlights will start glowing as the engine is started and they won't have any switch to turn on & off the headlights.

Why is it introduced?

Basically AHO introduced for the safety of the riders and for the people on the roads. DRL(day time running lights terms used in European countries like AHO in India) was introduced in Europe in 2003 because of low visibility in the climate. In most part of the europe climate is cloudy, foggy, always raining and snowing. This makes lower visibility for the riders causes accidents on the roads. In India, drivers claim that they didn't see the motorcycles due to lower lighting, fog, heavy rain and because of bikes are very narrow. Hence govt. Of India introduced AHO feature in all two-wheelers from April onwards.


It will take some time to digest this fact of AHO. But one thing is sure that you will have to ready to face the kindly suggestions πŸ– from people on the road that your headlight is on, kindly turned it off 😊

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