SaveLIFE Foundation, in March and April 2014 organized high-level consultation meetings involving senior bureaucrats, medical professionals, lawyers, police officials, etc. from 10 States across India to deliberate the need for a comprehensive national road safety law and develop specific, actionable recommendations to address 10 key issues identified by experts as needing urgent legislative attention. The meetings in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Chennai brought together Secretaries to Central and State governments, senior Police officers, experts from institutions such as World Bank, Embarq, IIT, IISc, senior lawyers and doctors, and industry, and civil society leaders. The primary recommendation from these meetings was that India needs a comprehensive Road Safety Law. It was therefore recommended that the current Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 be repealed and a new comprehensive law including protection and regulation for all road users, including pedestrians, cyclists and children, be introduced.

Drink Driving Over Speeding and Rash Negligent Driving
Driver Licensing System
Faulty Road Design and Engineering
Heavy Motor Vehicles, Commercial Vehicles & Crashworthiness
Helmets and Safety Belts
National Lead Agency
Protection of Children during Commute
Robust and Scientific Accident Investigation
Vulnerable Road Users