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|26th December 2008, 17:51||#1|
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National Road Safety Mission
Maruti has recently introduced the National Road Safety Mission. According to this the company has decided to impart driving training to about 5 Lakh people around the world. I think other car manufacturers should also follow a similar trend to make Indian roads safer, free from blood sheds and shattered car pieces.
|26th December 2008, 18:07||#2|
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|26th December 2008, 20:29||#3|
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Good. At least, somebody does something to drive some sense into our traffic.
Only, hope this does not go the way Volvo's (and Ashok Leyland, IIRC) driver training programmes went. (Ashok Leyland has a truck driver training institute somewhere in Salem or Erode - I think it is on NH 47).
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People dont need driving training. People need to be taught how to maintain discipline. Theres no point being a "good" driver, if your not disciplined enough to portray your skills safely.
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