Free seminars beginning January 9, 2010
As continuing commitment to the motoring public, Honda Safety Driving Center Foundation (HSDC) revs-up the new year with a series of FREE SEMINAR for motorcycle riders and car drivers every SATURDAY beginning JANUARY 09, 2010.
HSDC began offering this advocacy program in September 2008 as response to the rising accident statistics in the country that has gone from worse to worst. Initially running every Tuesday, the 1.5-hour session discusses driving "basics" that are unfamiliar even to the most seasoned drivers. Topics include traffic rules and regulations, right-of-way rule, proper riding attire, managing blind spots and driving under the influence of alcohol.
"We are truly glad how this free seminar is received by the public. The number of attendees, to date -- including their feedback -- are truly encouraging. We even had participants from as far as Batangas," shared Katsuhisa Yoda, President of HSDC.
When HSDC opened its doors to the general public in 2008, it gave its commitment to provide road safety education for ALL -- regardless of brand preference, with or without driving experience. "I have been a driver for the past 10 years with no accident record. But when I attended this free seminar to check if my knowledge is enough, I discovered that I have a lot of bad driving habits to unlearn. I hope this will continue so that more road users will be educated," shared one motorcycle club member who attended the seminar.
HSDC will hold the FREE SEMINAR every Saturday, 4:00 to 5:30pm. Special sessions may be arranged for bigger groups of members of curricular and extra-curricular clubs, drivers & rider organizations.
The Center is located at Km 17 East Service Road, South Super Highway, Paranaque City. For inquiries, please call 838.0814 or send SMS to (0928) 555.5695.