Bangalore- Manufacturers of India’s first transparent coconut hair oil pack is volunteering to support the Bangalore Traffic Police in making the four wheelers of Bangalore go transparent, keeping in line with the implementation of ban on sun tinted glass, sun control films, black films for windscreens and side glasses of four wheelers. The crew from Nirmal will be moving in & around Bangalore from Friday, June 8, for about a week to help the citizens of Bangalore in keeping the visibility at least 80% transparent free. The Service is available from 10 am-7pm.
Inspite of various deadlines set by Bangalore traffic Police to keep the cars clear of Sun Film, many are not aware of the recent court order to remove the sun films on the four wheelers. Police is collecting spot fine ranging from Rs.200 – 500. Car Owners are welcome to utilise the facility by Nirmal. Contact person for further information would be Mr. Rajesh- 09980514019
Sunny Francis, Promoter Director of Nirmal said “We would like to hasten the process of making the four wheelers of Bangalore transparent so that people are benefited from giving the fine and save their vehicles and licences being seized.”
We request the vehicle owners to avail our service and comply with the Supreme Court ban on the use of sun films or any other material on the safety glasses, windscreen, front, rear and side glasses.
Bangalore traffic police came up with a new idea to enforce the Supreme Court’s drive and allocated grace time too on the basis of public demand seeking more time to remove sun films from window screens of cars. The ban already came into effect in southern part of India, in the city of Chennai on May 17. The SC has banned the use of tinted glass on cars blocking vision beyond permissible limits prescribed under the Motor Vehicles Act.