Power of National Highways of India

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I am surprised by getting to know more about the Indian National Highways, as we are exploring more to serve each and every part of the country with our emergency roadside assistance data (Mechanics, Police, Ambulance, Hospital and Petrol Bunks) via BreakDown Mobile App, an emergency roadside assistance mobile application available both in iOS and Android.

There are brilliant facts we are unveiling and those are very surprising. As an Indian citizen, we should be proud of our highways.

Some interesting facts here  (Source: Wikipedia)- 

India has the distinction of having the world’s second highest-altitude motor highway— Leh-Manali Highway, connecting Shimla to Leh in Ladakh, Kashmir.

The longest national highway is NH7, which runs between Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu, at the southernmost point of the Indian mainland, covering a distance of 2,369 km (1,472 mi), and passes through Nizamabad, Hyderabad and Bangalore. The shortest national highway is NH47A, which spans 6 km (3.7 mi), to the Ernakulam – Kochi Port.

Image Source: Wikipedia

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