PM Modi Banner Falls On A Tata Nexon

A banner is seen flying into a moving Tata Nexon in this latest video clip. This isn’t something you’d normally see. Nexon is a compact SUV with a 5-star safety rating. That is the car’s main appeal. It has become one of the best-selling products in its category. Its bold styling, modern features, and impressive safety credentials make it an excellent SUV. People recognised the worth of everything and flocked to buy it in droves. Let’s go over the specifics of this incident.

Prateek Singh uploaded this video to his YouTube channel. He posts such videos to raise awareness among car buyers about the importance of purchasing vehicles with high safety ratings. According to the video, this incident occurred somewhere in Bangalore. The Nexon CEO discusses his experience. A banner on top of a building on the road flew suddenly as he was making a U-turn at a junction. It appears that strong winds lifted it off the ground because it was not tied down to anything.

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As a result, the banner flew away and landed on the Nexon’s windshield. Fortunately, the Nexon was not travelling at high speeds, and the driver’s reflexes ensured that he did not lose control of the SUV. As a result, he was able to stop the car immediately. However, if someone had been driving at a high speed, things could have been much worse. Because of the sturdy construction, there was little damage to the side pillars and windshield. Such untied banners lying so close to the roads are a recipe for disaster.

Road Safety

Every year, thousands of accidents occur on our roads. The majority of them occur as a result of drivers failing to respect and follow traffic rules. However, some occur for other reasons, citing the carelessness of those around them. It is past time for us to start following all road safety regulations and making our roads safer than they are now. What are your thoughts on the matter?

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