Tamil Nadu man breaks Kerala youth record and drives car in reverse for 16 km in 29 minutes
A 35-year-old man from Salem district in Tamil Nadu set a record by driving his car backwards for 16 kilometers in 29 minutes. Chandramouli, 35, is the son of Bhupathi, a weaver from Jalagandapuram township of Salem district, which is part of Edappadi Assembly constituency. Chandramouli, a lifelong driving enthusiast, was attempting a new feat with a strong emphasis on road safety.
In this case, in the event that took place last week at Edappadi Bypass, he rolled his car back a distance of 16 kilometers and 140 meters in 29 minutes and 10 seconds in the presence of the authorized arbitrator lawyer Kumar .
Breaking the previous record set by Tesson Thomas, 22, from Pathanamthitta of Kerala, who covered 14.2 km in reverse in a car in 30 minutes, Chandramouli set a new record. Many, including political parties, praised and praised the 35-year-old for achieving yet another achievement.
In a statement to the media, Chandramouli said the purpose of the event was to emphasize the importance of road safety and that young people should not participate in adventure activities involving two-wheelers and cars on the lane. public. He also advised anyone attending such events to take all security measures.
According to the Guinness World Book of Records, a duo – Brian ‘Cub’ Keene and James ‘Wilbur’ Wright from the United States – drove their Chevrolet Blazer 14,534 km in the opposite direction, in 37 days between August 1 and August 6 September 1984. They passed through 15 US states and parts of Canada, records show.
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