Honda Motorcycle And Scooter India Celebrates 9th Anniversary Of Its Traffic Training Park In New Delhi

Instilling positive awareness on road safety and safe driving habits in the city, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India celebrated 9th anniversary of the Traffic Training Park at Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi in the august presence of Mr. Shashank Jaiswal – IPS (Deputy Commissioner of Police, Road Safety Cell, Delhi Traffic Police).

In November 2014, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) in association with Delhi Traffic Police inaugurated second traffic training park in New Delhi. Based on the mini-city concept, the traffic park simulates real road conditions like traffic signals, zebra crossings and speed breakers etc.

Driving road safety awareness in the city, HMSI announced that through its daily trainings for all age groups, it has educated nearly 2 lac people of New Delhi (more than 1.3 Lac kids and over 52,000 new and existing riders including both male and females) since its inception.

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India’s CSR commitment towards Road Safety:

For Honda globally, road safety comes first. As announced in April 2021, “Honda will strive for zero traffic collision fatalities involving Honda motorcycles and automobiles globally by 2050”. Fulfilling its corporate social responsibility (CSR), HMSI has been promoting road safety in India since its start in 2001. Working towards the realisation of Honda’s global safety vision, today HMSI’s road safety awareness initiative has already spread to over 57 lac Indians. Its team of skilled safety instructors conduct daily programmes at its 10 adopted traffic parks across India and 6 Safety Driving Education Centres (SDEC).

Not only this, all 1000+ dealerships of HMSI across India spread road safety awareness. HMSI’s proprietary virtual riding simulator increases the risk-prediction ability of riders; while new customers too are given predelivery safety advise (PDSA) before they start riding at every dealership across India.

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