Motorway police introduces anti-sleep device for drivers

Motorway police introduces anti-sleep device for drivers

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The National Highways & Motorway Police, shortened NHMP, is a police force in Pakistan that’s mindful of the requirement of traffic and safety laws. Also security, and recuperation on Pakistan’s National Highways and Motorway network.

In a bid to control traffic mishaps, the National Highways & Motorway Police has presented an alarm-like gadget to keep drivers from falling sleeping at the steering wheel. They claim that it’ll essentially decrease the rate of mishaps on the motorway.

The gadget is outlined to be worn on their ears and has sensors that set off a caution on the off chance that when a driver’s head tilts forward due to drowsiness. The alarm may be an uproarious beep that sounds off close to the ears of the driver.

As reported by a motorway constable who illustrated the utilize of the gadget in a video, it really costs Rs. 750 but will be made accessible for public use at Rs. 300 with the assistance of an anonymous donor.


The constable too educated the media that the division will present the gadget in coordination with the dealer’s affiliations and neighborhood administrations. He included that roadside stalls will be set in each range to offer the gadget to the public.

The motorway police division confirmed that most of the mishaps on the motorway are caused by drivers who fall asleep while driving, because of which hundreds of citizens lose their lives on a customary basis.

It added that the new gadgets can be worn by both drivers and travelers to anticipate such catastrophes.

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