Honda’s first Traffic Park in Maharashtra inaugurated

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Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India inaugurated its first traffic park in Maharashtra, spreading road safety awareness. This park in Maharashtra is its sixth overall in India. Honda has collaborated with the Yeola Industrial Co-operative Estate Limited – an undertaking of Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) for operation and maintenance of revamped traffic Park in Yeola, Nashik.

Speaking on the occasion of this latest Traffic Park in Maharashtra, Yadvinder S. Guleria, Vice president, Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India said, “At Honda, we truly believe that as we grow, our social responsibility too gets bigger. The renovated Late Mohan Gunjal Traffic Park is our sixth traffic park in India and first in Maharashtra. It is a significant step towards meeting our commitment of making Safe Riding an everyday habit of all 2Wheeler riders. As a good corporate citizen, Honda will continue to invest in educating the riders and inculcating safe riding habits across India.”

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Regional Manager of – West, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, ShreenathKamlapurkar, added, “At the Late Mohan Gunjal Traffic Park, Honda will provide ‘Lifetime Safety Education’ for all age groups – starting from 5 year old school children to adults with a special focus on women wanting to have a freedom of independent mobility. Under Honda’s unique training program, women riders will now be empowered to realize their dream of becoming independent and learning how to correctly ride a two-wheeler – that too in a single day!”

Some of the key highlights of Honda’s commitment are:

  • Expert HondaSafety instructors (female & male) to educate new riders on correct riding techniques
  • Honda’s Proprietary riding trainers which shall aid people above 13 years of age to experience over 100 possible dangers on road. The virtual experience significantly increases rider’s ability to predict & react to traffic hazards. The same can also provide instructions in Hindi language.
  • Specially imported CRF 50 motorcycles will help young minds from 9-12 years understand the importance of safety riding through practical riding experience.
  • Exchange of road safety know-how – a boon for many existing and new riders

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