four wheelers catching fire in Hyd

It is an average of one per day of four wheelers catching fire in Hyd .This is the info from news papers quoting police sources.
This is abnormal and not acceptable from standards of motor vehicles all over the world.In some countries they stop a new model imported accidents occur like this Untill it is clinched.
The cause may be installation of modification electrical mostly which may result and halogen lamps etc.
The original engines are fully fire proof sealed Untill you tamper.The theory of over heating is just ridiculous.The nextfact is sabotage which cannot beruled out.
This pattern needs urgent review of vehicular standards in India and analysis of these fire accidents.
They must not allow electrical modifications ,conversion to gas and other ornamental changes.
The state depts are not efficient in analysing as they and insurance is always bothered by incomes generated by vehicles and not its safety.
It is time that production must be stopped of models Untill detailed analysis is made and causes identified by companies to reduce these recurring fire accidents on roads. more  

Your analysis is very realistic. But I suspect sabotage only in Bangalore and Chennai carnage‚Äôs. However Govt n manufacturers must also take this issue very seriously. more  
Sorry I found a lot of typographical errors in my message. Here is the
corrected message:
================
o *Prabhakarrao*
Sir,
I share your anxiety.
When I was young, , I used to see, FIAT, AMBASSODOR AND STANDARD ONLY, and
NEVER heard of any fire accidents to Cars. The electrical wiring was
perfect and professional. Now, with the advent of liberalization, and, zeal
for MASS production have led to deterioration of the quality of electrical
wiring in automobiles,. Unfortunately, the workmen may not know the
difference between AC wiring and DC wiring.
As qualified Electrical Engineer from IIT, Kharagpur, I can say that
there is lot of difference, and DC wiring is all the more difficult.
Automobiles are having DC wiring. Further, the zeal [or madness] of car
owners to fix additional gadgets in the cars, drives them to the shops in
places like Bharani Complex at Minister Road, Secunderabad. The
"technicians" know how to draw the wire from end to end, but when it comes
safe wiring, they may not be aware of the intricacies of DC wiring. Thus,
fire in cars is NOT a surprising. What is surprising is how the other
cars do not catch fire. As long as the car owners use their minds and do
not go for additional "luxury" gadgets, their cars will be safe.

Now coming to fire in Bangalore, the question is what was the FIRE
DEPARTMENT OF THE KARNATAKA GOVT. DOING WHEN THE SMOKE WAS OBSERVED. DID
THEY WAIT TILL THE SCORE CAME TO 300. Why the officers of the Ministry of
Defence lack the vision that when a fair of such magnitude was organised,
that the AGNI DEVAN must be prevented.

About the fire at the private car park, owned by the individual, at Madras,
are they new cars or used cars parked for resale? When so many cars
are "parked" that too with a commercial motive, could it be that the fire
would have been caused because of the dry grass below the cars, caught fire
due to "heat". Why can't it be with a different motive of "insurance
claim" .[ Sorry that I hear such versions from my Insurance survey
professionals.] . There is a story that two lorries with the same regn.
number, engine number, chassis number and policy, met with "accidents" in
two different places.

The author of the message, Sri Prabhakara Rao Sir has to realise that:
certain mishaps cannot be investigated or cannot be prevented. When he
parks his car, he has to pray to his family deity for the safety of the
car also, and take a vow [or agreement!!] for breaking 12 coconuts for
Lord Pillayar !!.

Namaskarams to my circle colleagues. Have a safe car day.

M.BALACHANDRAN

On Mon, Feb 25, 2019 at 11:16 AM Balachandran M <chandran75@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Sir,
> I share your anxiety.
> When I was you, I used to see, FIAT, AMBASSODOR AND STANDARD ONLY, and
> NEVER heard of any fire accidents to Cars. The electrical wiring was
> perfect and professional. Now, with the advent of liberalization, and, zeal
> for MASS production have led to deterioration of the quality of electrical
> wiring in automobiles,. Unfortunately, the workmen do not know the
> difference between AC wiring and DC wiring. As qualified Electrical
> Engineer from IIT, Kharagpur, I can say that there is lot of difference,
> and DC wiring is all the more difficult. Automobiles are having DC wiring.
> Further, the zeal [or madness] of car owners to fix additional gadgets in
> the cars, drives them to the shops in places line Bharani Complex at
> Minister Road, Secunderabad. The "technicians" know how to draw the wire
> from end to end, but when it comes safe wiring, they may not be aware of
> the intricacies of DC wiring. Thus, fire in cars is NOT a surprising. What
> is surprising is how how other cars do not catch fire. As long as the
> car owners use their minds and do not go for additional "luxury" gadgets,
> their cars will be safe.
>
> Now coming to fire in Bangalore and Madras [sorry I do not call it as
> Chennai] the question is what was the FIRE DEPARTMENT OF THE KARNATAKA
> GOVT. DOING WHEN THE SMOKE WAS OBSERVED. DID THEY WAIT TILL THE SCORE CAME
> TO 300. Why the officers of the Ministry of Defence lack the vision that
> when a fair of such magnitude was orgainsed, that the AGNI DEVAN must be
> prevented.
>
> About the fire at the private car park, owned by the individual, are they
> new cars or used cars parked for resale? When so many cars are "parked"
> that too with a commercial motive, could it be that the fire would have
> been caused because of the dry grass below the cars caught fire due to
> "heat". Why can't it be with a different motive of "insurance claim" .[
> Sorry that I hear such versions from my Insurance survey professionals.] .
> There is a story that two lorries with the same regn. number, engine
> number, chassis number and policy, met with "accidents" in two different
> places.
>
> The author of the message, Sri Prabhakara Rao Sir has to realise that:
> certain mishaps things cannot be investigated or cannot be prevented. When
> he parks his car, he has to pray to his family deity for the safety of the
> car also, and take a vow [or agreement!!] for breaking 12 coconuts for
> Lord Pillayar !!.
>
> Namaskarams to my circle colleagues. Have a safe car day.
> M.Balachandran
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2019 at 8:31 AM Prabhakarrao Yerragunta <
> support@localcirclesmail.com> wrote:
>
>> more  
Sir,
I share your anxiety.
When I was you, I used to see, FIAT, AMBASSODOR AND STANDARD ONLY, and
NEVER heard of any fire accidents to Cars. The electrical wiring was
perfect and professional. Now, with the advent of liberalization, and, zeal
for MASS production have led to deterioration of the quality of electrical
wiring in automobiles,. Unfortunately, the workmen do not know the
difference between AC wiring and DC wiring. As qualified Electrical
Engineer from IIT, Kharagpur, I can say that there is lot of difference,
and DC wiring is all the more difficult. Automobiles are having DC wiring.
Further, the zeal [or madness] of car owners to fix additional gadgets in
the cars, drives them to the shops in places line Bharani Complex at
Minister Road, Secunderabad. The "technicians" know how to draw the wire
from end to end, but when it comes safe wiring, they may not be aware of
the intricacies of DC wiring. Thus, fire in cars is NOT a surprising. What
is surprising is how how other cars do not catch fire. As long as the
car owners use their minds and do not go for additional "luxury" gadgets,
their cars will be safe.

Now coming to fire in Bangalore and Madras [sorry I do not call it as
Chennai] the question is what was the FIRE DEPARTMENT OF THE KARNATAKA
GOVT. DOING WHEN THE SMOKE WAS OBSERVED. DID THEY WAIT TILL THE SCORE CAME
TO 300. Why the officers of the Ministry of Defence lack the vision that
when a fair of such magnitude was orgainsed, that the AGNI DEVAN must be
prevented.

About the fire at the private car park, owned by the individual, are they
new cars or used cars parked for resale? When so many cars are "parked"
that too with a commercial motive, could it be that the fire would have
been caused because of the dry grass below the cars caught fire due to
"heat". Why can't it be with a different motive of "insurance claim" .[
Sorry that I hear such versions from my Insurance survey professionals.] .
There is a story that two lorries with the same regn. number, engine
number, chassis number and policy, met with "accidents" in two different
places.

The author of the message, Sri Prabhakara Rao Sir has to realise that:
certain mishaps things cannot be investigated or cannot be prevented. When
he parks his car, he has to pray to his family deity for the safety of the
car also, and take a vow [or agreement!!] for breaking 12 coconuts for
Lord Pillayar !!.

Namaskarams to my circle colleagues. Have a safe car day.
M.Balachandran











On Mon, Feb 25, 2019 at 8:31 AM Prabhakarrao Yerragunta <
support@localcirclesmail.com> wrote:

> more  
Dear Prabhakar Ji, You are 100% correct, four wheeler owners are modifying their fuel / energy connections through non-reliable and unauthorised mechanics, which is resulting in hazards. And stringent measures should be in place. more  
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