In a rural area in Uttar Pradesh, people are still trying to figure out how to get to their destinations in a vehicle that is supposed to be more affordable than the one on which they’re travelling.
The problem is that even if they’re paying the higher prices for their car, the road is still a long one.
The roads are often choked with cars that are too old and don’t have enough air conditioning, according to Anuj Thakur, an official with the UP government’s road safety body.
“The state has invested in this highway.
We are looking at it as a priority,” he said.
In addition, there are many other roads that the government has invested, too.
There are over 1,300 kilometres of roads and over 1 million kilometres of bridges across the country.
So if there is a problem, it can be a major headache for the state, Mr Thakar said.
The biggest challenge is that the roads are so congested, he said, that even a few kilometres can be too much for a driver.
“We are not asking for people to drive on our roads,” Mr Tharakur said.
“We are trying to make sure that the vehicles have adequate fuel capacity and the vehicle is able to cope with the traffic.”
“If we have enough vehicles to cover the road, then it is possible to drive it,” he added.
The government has also invested in road safety measures, such as widening the lanes and reducing the widths of the lanes.
In an attempt to improve the safety of the roads, the government also launched a project to make them more efficient.
Anuj Thaksur said the state has set aside about $15 billion to help people to buy and sell vehicles and vehicles for other purposes, as well as invest in roads.
Mr Thakars comments come after several deaths in a convoy of luxury vehicles carrying a range of vehicles, including a Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Porsche and a Lamborghini.
The state government is yet to comment on the deaths.