HMSI and Bengaluru Traffic Police celebrate third anniversary of Safety Driving Education Centre
SDEC has spread road safety awareness to nearly 35000 people of the city till date.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) and Bengaluru Traffic Police celebrated 3rd anniversary of its Safety Driving Education Centre (SDEC) in the presence of Sachin Ghorpade (IPS) – Deputy Commissioner of Police – Bengaluru Traffic Police (North division), Sharanappa. G. KSPS - Assistant Commissioner of Police & Principal Traffic Training and Road Safety Institute- Bengaluru along with other dignitaries from Traffic Training and Road Safety Institute and state’s transport department.
In October 2020, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) in association with Bengaluru Traffic Police inaugurated their first Safety Driving Education Centre (SDEC) of Karnataka at Traffic Training and Road Safety Institute (TTRSI), Thanisandra to initiate a unique ‘Road Safety Training’ exclusively for all two-wheeler & four-wheeler traffic rule violators.
Driving road safety awareness amongst the riders and drivers of the city, HMSI announced that through its daily trainings, it has educated nearly 10,000 traffic rule violators of the city since its inception. In addition to this, HMSI’s safety instructors at Bengaluru SDEC have spread road safety awareness to more than 14,000 people of the city digitally and have also educated over 10,000 ASI in police and special batch training.
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