Chandigarh traffic police, promoting road safety, traffic safety, India road signs & rules, safe responsible driving, first aid India.
1. Chandigarh Traffic Police has developed the website/CD for the knowledge and benefit of Indian road users. This is a non-profit & non-commercial project.

2. The information provided in this website/CD is only intended to be general information to the public. It is not intended to take the place of either the written law or regulations.

3. Any resemblance to something seen anywhere else is purely coincidental. Some of the graphics found on this site were not created by the Web team. They were obtained from various sources on the internet that labeled them as "freely distributable". If you should discover images in this collection which you recognize as copyrighted, please email the webmaster immediately so that they may be removed.

4. Though every effort is made to provide accurate information, mistakes and errors may occur. When errors and mistakes are made known to the Web team, the Web team will do their best to correct them.

5. Links are provided for information and convenience only. While we regularly monitor sites we have linked to, we cannot be held responsible for their quality or contents.

We have closely studied the following resources while developing this website/CD.

1. The official driver's handbook of Ministry of Transport of Ontario, Canada.

2. The driving manual and rules of the road by Hubert Ebner (India) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India.

3. Code of practice for road signs published by the Indian Roads Congress, New Delhi, India.

4. Code of practice for road markings published by the Indian Roads Congress, New Delhi, India.