An article has been posted on the Indian media which says that a driver in a car will only hit you if you try to go off the road and go through a red light.
This is the first time a study has been conducted in India, where the traffic laws in India are different from the rest of the world.
The study, conducted by the National Institute of Road Safety and Traffic Engineering, also showed that the majority of drivers who hit people while riding in cars will not be seriously injured.
“In the case of a pedestrian, a vehicle driver who hits the pedestrian will not cause serious injury.
The person will have no visible injury and the person will walk away,” Dr. B.V. Varma, a professor of road safety and traffic engineering at the National University of Science and Technology, said in a statement.
However, he added that if the person is seriously injured, it would be a very serious injury and would require treatment.
“The car driver who is hitting a pedestrian will cause severe injury and could kill the person, so the person would have to wait for some time before he would be treated,” Dr Varma said.
The researchers said that the study was conducted to determine the impact on pedestrian safety in India if a car driver was to hit a pedestrian and then not stop and wait for the pedestrian to cross the road.
The drivers of the cars would not stop, nor wait for pedestrians to cross before they hit them.
In addition, if a pedestrian is hit while on the way to a place where there are no signs, the study found that most drivers will not stop for pedestrians who cross the street.
“If you are riding in a vehicle that is travelling at 30 kmph (19 mph), the driver will not take any action,” Dr Vinay Kumar, a researcher from the National Road Safety Institute, said.
“We do not see this as a hazard,” he said.
However Dr Veta said the study did not look into whether drivers would not take action if a person was hit by their car.
“You will be safe on the road, but if you are not riding in the right place, you might hit the pedestrian,” Dr Kumar said.
Dr Varma also said that in India the majority drivers will give way to pedestrians if they cross the intersection.
The results of the study, which was done on 1,600 cars and motorcycles in India between January and May, were based on information collected from drivers who were given a driving test on roads in different parts of the country.
It is not clear if the study will lead to any change in driving laws in the country in the future.
Dr Vinay said that it was not clear whether the study would have an impact on the number of people killed in accidents involving cars.
“It is possible that the number could be higher if people were driving on the roads on a daily basis,” he told NDTV.
The NDTV report comes amid an alarming increase in accidents in India where vehicles have become the cause of death.
In 2016, 2,611 people died in road accidents.
In 2017, there were 964 accidents, an increase of 4,988 deaths.