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Toyota launches first Toyota Driving School

Toyota launches first Toyota Driving School

Toyota launches first Toyota Driving School

As a crusader of road safety, Toyota Motor launched its thirteenth ‘Toyota Driving School’ in India. Toyota Driving School, a one-of-its-kind in the country is in sync with the company’s safety mission of ‘Safest Car with Safest Driver’ and aims at making every student a responsible and safe driver. Managed by Toyota’s dealer partner in Bhubaneswar- Espirit Toyota, this is the company’s first driving school in the state of Odisha.

In line with its vision of Zero Fatalities for future India, Toyota has successfully launched twelve other driving schools across the country at Kochi, Lucknow, Hyderabad Two driving schools, Chennai Two driving schools, Kolkata, Faridabad, Vijayawada, Surat, Mumbai and Palakkad with an enrollment of 8500 plus students till date. The company aims to open 50 Toyota Driving Schools in next five years, asserting their traffic safety commitment louder. (Buy new Toyota car)

The training module integrates technical expertise along with enhancing behavioral skills to create awareness about safety nationwide. The curriculum is a comprehensive driver training program that boosts of high quality, practical and futuristic training models. It broadly covers the following topics:

  1. Traffic management, rules and discipline
  2. Safe and right driving concepts
  3. Manners and responsibilities of a driver
  4. Simulation of driving on real vehicle before getting onto road
  5. All aspects of practical driving on road
  6. Driving on various road and climate conditions
  7. Know your car – Basic maintenance and repairs
  8. Emergency handling
  9. Systematic evaluation and feedback

A unique initiative by TKM, Toyota Driving School focuses on making every student a responsible and safe driver, with futuristic training modules coupled with world-class technology through extensive training offered by professional trainers comprising of theoretical and practical training. Through this initiative, Toyota aims to bring down the rising number of road mishaps in the country thus striving to ensure safer road behaviour.

The simulator, a key part of the teaching program, is expected to provide hands-on experience. Learners can practice all car controls like steering, accelerator, brake and gear shift before they take the actual vehicle on the road. The simulators can also create various road and weather conditions like fog, dim light, uphill and downhill terrain. While there will be a standard

learning package for beginners, ‘Toyota Driving School’ will also offer the flexibility of additional learning modules so that learners can design a curriculum of their choice.

 

 

 

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Deepika Chauhan

Hello, I am Deepika Chauhan an automobile enthusiast. Presently working as a Media Manager and Writer. My aim is to guide and teach ways to manage, grow and scale business.
Earlier, I have been a part of Asian News International (ANI) as a Sub-editor cum Producer.

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