India Kawasaki Motors has taken up the initiative of promoting safety for two-wheeler owners. A Safety Riding Clinic was organised by Kawasaki across the country. Kawasaki partnered with the Institute of Driving Training and Research Pune.
The riding clinic to promote two-wheeler safety was organised on January 16, 2016. Kawasaki made use of the state of the art test track owned by the Institute of Driving Training and Research Pune. Several customers took part in the activity that was organised by Kawasaki India.
All participants have been extremely cooperative and luckily nobody was injured during the training. Several risky manoeuvres, panic braking, and other sudden incidents were simulated for Kawasaki customers. The Safety Riding Clinic should be organised by every manufacturer in the country.
Kawasaki India has the skill and knowledge to conduct training programmes. Their goal was to provide its customers an opportunity to test their motorcycles under unforeseeable conditions. All tests were scientifically engineered to maintain the safety of riders during the programme.
Institute of Driving Training and Research Pune and India Kawasaki Motors plan on organising similar activities in the future. Safe riding is important in India and every manufacturer should take up similar activities for their customers.