First rider-driver training institute inaugurated by Honda India Foundation at Karnal

Honda India Foundation (HIF), in association with the government of Haryana, today inaugurated the Institute of Driving Training and Research (IDTR) and a Community Park in Karnal, Haryana. The Institute of Driving Training and Research (IDTR) and also a Community Park was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar; Moolchand Sharma, Transport Minister, Government of Haryana and Atsushi Ogata, Chairman, Honda India Foundation, in the presence of Vinay Dhingra, Trustee, Honda India Foundation), Katsuyuki Ozawa, Trustee, Honda India Foundation), V. Sridhar, CSR Committee Member, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, along with other dignitaries from Government of Haryana and trustees from Honda India Foundation.

Speaking on HMSI’s commitment towards sensitising India on road safety and focussing on carbon neutrality, Atsushi Ogata, Chairman, Honda India Foundation said, “Road safety and environment continue to remain key pillars in our long-term mission of becoming a ‘Company that Society wants to Exist’. Today, the inauguration of this Driving Training & Research Institute in Karnal marks yet another step towards transforming citizens into responsible drivers & riders. Furthermore, as a responsible corporate, we also remain committed to reducing the carbon footprint. With the inauguration of Karnal’s Community Park, we aim to significantly reduce our CO2 emissions and build a greener future with blue skies for our children. I would like to thank the government of Haryana for associating with us and supporting us in inching a step closer towards the achievement of our global 2050 vision of zero traffic collision fatalities and carbon neutrality.”

The scientifically devised refresher and learner courses will facilitate the combination of theory, simulator and practical training to not only new and existing drivers of four-wheelers and HMV (Heavy Motor Vehicle) but two-wheeler riders too. 

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