The car has had a bad reputation in India for some time now.
Cars are prone to accidents, but this was the first time that a car’s safety record had been questioned.
In a new report by the Economic Times, the authors discuss the reasons behind this and why this has led to an increase in the number of accidents.
They note that there is a lot of focus on the number and severity of the accidents and the quality of the cars.
But the authors also point out that a lack of investment in safety infrastructure has led the country to an unsafe situation.
For example, the government has failed to invest in roads, which has led some to blame the lack of road maintenance for many accidents.
As a result, accidents are increasing at a rapid pace, according to the report.
In fact, India’s accident rate has increased by 10.7% per annum, and its death rate has risen by 18.2%.
The report also highlights the lacklustre safety record of the public sector.
This means that the public does not have a clear understanding of the risks involved in driving, which makes it easy for accidents to occur.
The report concludes that while many people blame the government, many in the public do not.
Read more about the auto industry from the Economic Review.