Traffic Police Chiefs Cannot Save Passengers’ Lives in Domestic Cars

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Traffic Police Chiefs Cannot Save Passengers' Lives in Domestic Cars

Head of traffic police cannot save the lives of passengers

Commander Timouri, the head of traffic police, considers increasing the strength of domestic vehicles as a serious and important priority for the traffic police in 1403.

It is true that by increasing the fines for accident-causing violations and eliminating danger points on roads, we can witness a decrease in accidents, especially fatalities. However, we should not forget that a vehicle should be able to protect the lives of its passengers in accidents.

The body strength of a vehicle should be in a way that if a human error occurs, it can protect the lives of the driver and other passengers and not be a cause of fatalities.


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