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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

121. Signals  and signalling  devices.

The  driver  of  a  motor vehicle shall  make such  signals and  on such  occasions  as  may  be prescribed by the Central Government:

Provided that  the signal of an intention to turn to the right or left or to stop-

  1. in  the case  of  a  motor  vehicle  with  a  right-hand steering control,  may be  given by  a mechanical  or  electricaldevice of a prescribed nature affixed to the vehicle; and
  2. in the case of a motor vehicle with a left hand steeringcontrol, shall be given by a mechanical or electrical device of a prescribed nature affixed to the vehicle:

Provided further  that the State Government may, having regard to the width  and condition  of the  roads  in  any  area  or  route,  by notification  in   the  Official   Gazette,  exempt  subject  to  such conditions as  may be  specified therein any motor vehicle or class or description of  motor vehicles  from the operation of this section for the purpose of plying in that area or route.

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