India Kawasaki conducts safe riding clinic

Our Bureau  Pune | Updated on January 19, 2018 Published on January 19, 2016

India Kawasaki Motors (IKM) organised a safe riding clinic on the modern tracks of the Institute of Driving Training & Research (IDTR) here. The clinic was part of IKM's safe riding clinic being conducted across India to promote two-wheeler safety.

The sessions conducted so far have included training on risky manoeuvres, such as panic braking.

In a statement, S Nishikawa, Director of IKM said, “Whatever I have, I want to share, if it helps riders. It would not have been possible to organise this clinic without support from IDTR Pune, and I want to specially mention their involvement.”

IDTR Pune has conducted scientifically engineered training programmes to inculcate safety consciousness and safe driving habits in Pune city. “I’m concerned about the rise in accident cases involving two-wheelers. We have to expand our activities, especially for the younger generation,” K Madhavraj, Head of IDTR Pune, said.

Published on January 19, 2016
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