Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India recently organised its road safety programme. The Japanese-based manufacturer collaborated with Delhi Traffic Police for this initiative. Road Safety Programme was conducted at the 36th Indian International Trade Fair (IITF).
Over 4,000 individuals received some form of training at Honda's Road Safety Programme. Approximately, 1,500 adults were successfully trained at the event. Honda also targeted the future of India and educated roughly 2,500 children on road safety issues.
Children between age group five to six were educated on road safety via games and role play. The CRF 50 by Honda was present to provide basic handling and balance of two-wheelers for children between nine to twelve years old. Adult visitors were also entertained by several road safety games.
A riding trainer provided riders over sixteen years old with possible road danger experiences. The virtual experience creates traffic hazards and other potential risk elements. Rides are provided with the knowledge to deal with dangerous situations and also create awareness in riders mind.