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Honda opens traffic park in Goshamahal, Hyderabad

Honda Training Traffic Park Hyderabad
Honda Traffic Training Park Inauguration Mr, Ashish Chaudhary Asst, GM, South Region, , Mr. Tomoaki Nagayama, Dypt, Director, South Region- Sales & Marketing, HMSI, Mr. Mahendar Reddy, IPS, Commissioner, - (R toL)

Hyderabad: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) has inaugurated a traffic-training park in Hyderabad in collaboration with Hyderabad Traffic Police.

Honda traffic training park is located in Goshamahal as a mini city replete with traffic signals to zebra crossings to speed breakers, etc.
Safety instructors will educate all age groups on road safety, including children as young as 5, and new and female riders.

Honda Training Traffic Park Hyderabad

Photo Caption: Honda Traffic Training Park Inauguration with Ashish Chaudhary Asst, GM, South Region, , Tomoaki Nagayama, Dypt, Director, South Region- Sales and Marketing, HMSI, Mahendar Reddy, IPS, Commissioner, – (R toL)

Honda’s 8th traffic park in the country further strengthens the company’s road safety quest. Mahendar Reddy (IPS, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad), Jitender (IPS, Additional Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Hyderabad); Tomoaki Nagayama (Deputy Director, South Region, Sales and Marketing, HMSI) and Ashish Chaudhary (Assistant General Manager – South Region, Sales and Marketing, HMSI) attended the inauguration.

Tomoaki Nagayama, Deputy Director – South Region, Sales and Marketing, HMSI says Honda believes that through proper training, safe riding habits can be inculcated in two-wheeler riders. Across its seven operational training parks, Honda has educated 1.42 lac individuals. This is Honda’s first traffic park in South India. Women riders over 18 years of age can learn from dedicated women safety instructors. Training will span 4 hours if they know cycling.

Younger children are made aware to grow as road safety ambassadors in their family, and those under 8 years old are engaged by games. 9-12 year olds can be part of a practical experience session on a CRF 50 motorcycle.

Honda’s efforts towards promoting safe riding in India has gotten the brand recognition, including ‘Appreciation for Excellent work in Road Safety’ by Delhi Police, and ‘Contribution towards Road Safety and Traffic Training’ by Department of Commerce and Transport, Govt. of Odisha.

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