Indian roads can throw up any visual and this latest case of a Mahindra Bolero pickup carrying a Maruti Ertiga on its back is a prime example of that.
In a viral video, a Mahindra Bolero pickup truck carries a Maruti Ertiga on its back. Bolero has been a popular commercial transport vehicle in our country since time immemorial. In fact, it is one of the most popular pickup trucks that is sold incredibly in the semi-urban and rural areas of India. As a result, you would find it just about anywhere. On the other hand, the Maruti Ertiga is the most popular MPV in the country and it has decimated any competition in its segment. Here are the details of this bizarre case.
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Mahindra Bolero Carries Maruti Ertiga
This video has been uploaded by rajpam14 on Instagram. It captures some pretty incredible scenes from a highway. The entire episode has been recorded by a biker who was travelling just behind this Bolero. The visuals showcase the mighty Bolero pickup truck carrying the large MPV in the back. Shockingly, about half of the vehicle is hanging out of the cargo bed of the pickup truck. This looks quite scary and it makes sense that the biker is not driving in the same lane.
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While we know and understand that pickup is extremely popular in the country and people use it for the ultimate utilitarian requirements, we must still be a bit more careful while doing such things. First of all, there are limitations to the load that any truck could carry. Even if the weight of this Ertiga was under that limit, the way that it has been loaded on the Bolero is perilous. There are chances of scratches on the body of the MPV. Even worse, it could entirely fall off if there are sudden manoeuvres by the driver.
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We lose thousands of lives in India in road accidents each year. Most of these crashes happen due to people refusing to follow traffic regulations and apply basic common sense. Traffic rules are there to enhance the safety of cars and everyone plying on the road. However, acts like these openly jeopardize it and cause potential situations for disaster. Let us pledge to be more responsible to make our roads safer than they are at the moment.
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