Suzuki has achieved the milestone of providing state-of-the-art driving
training to 50 lakh aspirants, cumulatively. The milestone includes cumulative
figures of the candidates being trained in learner, refresher and evaluation
courses at its network of driving training facilities- Maruti Suzuki Driving
Schools (MDS) and Institutes of Driving and Traffic Research (IDTR).
with an aim to provide best-in-class facilities for driving training and make
Indian roads safer, these training facilities cater to “learner” as well as
existing drivers for private and commercial vehicles.
Safety lies at the heart of Maruti’s CSR initiatives and the company has
undertaken social initiatives targeting different aspects of road safety
management and driving training. While the Maruti Driving Schools are managed
by the Company’s dealers, the IDTRs are managed by the Company in partnership
with the respective State governments. Through these initiatives, the company
has introduced global standards for quality driving training, through a
scientifically designed curriculum consisting of theory as well as practical
Suzuki driving training initiative was started in 2000 and the countrywide
Driving Training network of Maruti Suzuki has grown over the years to reach 480
Maruti Driving Schools and 07 IDTRs, presently.
Ajay Kumar Tomer, Executive Advisor, CSR,
Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said, “The milestone of 50 lakh trainees from
Maruti Suzuki driving institutes is a testament of our commitment to road
safety. Promoting safe driving is our collective social responsibility and we
urge every responsible citizen to learn scientific way of driving and focus on
technical and behavioral.”
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