- ISI certification will be required for all windscreens and windows on cars
- Cars made and assembled in India will be required to have the ISI mark
- Law meant to curtail use of sub-par glass, especially during replacements in the aftersales and service market
The Bureau of Indian Standards is currently in the process of bringing in legislation that will mandate the use of the ISI mark on the windscreens and windows of all cars. This will not only apply to cars manufactured in India, but also to those assembled here.
Similar to the rule that states that all tyres sold in India have to be stamped with an ISI mark, this new rule is being brought in to help prevent the entry of low-quality and unsafe glass into the country. The import of sub-par windscreen glass, especially during replacements in the aftersales and service market, has become something of an issue, and with…