The Maruti Suzuki Driving School chain has more than 492 facilities in 238 cities across India with around 1,400 certified and qualified trainers. It has driving simulators and practical and theoretical courses.
Maruti Suzuki Driving School (MSDS) has announced that it has trained more than 1.5 million (15 lakh) applicants in safe driving.
MSDS was created with the intention of making Indian roads safer and claims to have introduced global standards for driving training. The MSDS chain has more than 492 facilities in 238 cities across India with around 1,400 certified and qualified trainers. It has driving simulators and practical and theoretical courses. The focus of this network is to inculcate safe and responsible road behaviour in each applicant and impart safe driving skills with knowledge about the vehicle, basic maintenance and emergency handling techniques.
MSDS has a hybrid curriculum which includes on-road driving situations and classroom training. Training sessions are used to educate trainees on road behaviour, defensive driving, Good Samaritan Law and traffic rules and regulations. The courses offered by MSDS are specifically personalised in-line with the requirement of every applicant.
In 2020, MSDS introduced new courses customized for applicants who need more on-road practice. Apart from running various programs for novice and young learners, MSDS collaborates with various corporates, fleet owners and jointly conducts programs to suit their varied needs. The applicants are also given value added services such as license assistance and assistance on their own cars.
A mobile application and website curated for MSDS has been launched as well. MSDS aims to host new digital content on the application as well as the website for customers to take theory lessons at their homes.
MSDS works with RTOs, traffic police, various NGOs and self-help groups to sensitize people and reduce road hazards.
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