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Within two months, the sale of non ISI helmets will be banned, which means people will be forced to give up cheap roadside helmets and use ISI certified helmets, which is great.

Non compliance can attract a fine of up to Rs lakh or year imprisonmentThe blanket ban on non ISI helmets has come into effect from June , The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways had issued a notification in November last year, stating that wheeler helmets were included under compulsory Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS

A blanket ban on all non ISI helmets, effective from June, has been announced in IndiaThe Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) had issued a notification Helmet for riders of Two

India has passed rule which allows only sale and use of ISI helmets for two wheeler riders and pillionManufacture, storage and sale of Non Indian Standards Institute (non ISI) helmets will be a

A blanket ban on all non ISI helmets, effective from June, has been announced in IndiaAll two wheeler helmets sold in India must comply with the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) standards and should bear the Indian standard (ISI) mark.

All helmets sold in India must feature an ISI certification from the Bureau of Indian Standards Jail time can extend up to year Bans pertaining to non ISI helmets A directive from the Ministry

A ruling by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), India has banned helmets that do not have Bureau of Indian Standards or an ISI mark from June , The blanket ban on non ISI helmets via a notification issued by the MoRTH, dated November , states that "all two wheeler helmets must be BIS certified and should bear the Indian standard (ISI) mark."

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Non ISI Helmets banned in IndiaThe ISIHMA (ISI Helmet Manufactures Association) have backed a move by Indian policy makers to ban non ISI marked helmets throughout the country as per a report in ZigWheels on th March, While the move aims to curtail the sale of unsafe and cheap helmets in the country, it clearly points to the