Jia Kang, the most popular CPPCC member, submitted

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Jia Kang, a member of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference, submitted a proposal to strengthen tire safety to the two sessions of the National People's Political Consultative Conference. The acute pain of the car accident made Jia Kang, director of the Institute of financial Sciences of the Ministry of finance, pay special attention to the safety of automobile tires according to the model selection of the user's experimental machine and seize the commanding height of the industry. As a member of the National Committee of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference, Jia Kang submitted a proposal entitled "on strengthening automobile tire safety, preventing and improving people's livelihood" to the current session of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference, This is the crystallization of his research on automobile tire problems for half a year

Jia Kang believes that it is urgent to establish an accountability and survival of the fittest mechanism, including quality inspection, consumer rights and interests, enterprise compensation and the judicial system, in order to change the current situation that the casualties caused by low-quality tires continue to occur, but the victims rarely succeed in seeking justice through judicial procedures

based on his own experience of the disaster of tyre burst, Jia Kang suggested that relevant government departments should introduce a comprehensive standard system for the service life, mileage and wear degree of automobile tyres as soon as possible and make clear quantification as the authoritative basis for mandatory tyre replacement and system formation

it can be seen from the content of the proposal that Jia Kang felt the irrationality of the current traffic regulations in the process of accident handling

Jia Kang pointed out that it is not common sense for many cases to take the driving rule that "drivers are not allowed to slam the steering wheel and slam on the brakes after a flat tire" as the basis for investigating drivers for "law". He suggested that this "scapegoat" rule clause be abolished, and the pressure to ensure tire safety be reasonably and truly transferred to tire production and supply

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