Riding on the back of overwhelming response received last year, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) in association with Delhi Traffic Police inaugurated the Road Safety Summer Camp 2016 in Delhi Today. The ‘Road Safety Summer Camp 2016’ aims at imparting key learnings of road-safety and appealing to the consciousness of young school children.
With more than 100 excited children gathered at Honda’s Traffic Training Park at Baba Kharak Singh Marg, the ‘Road Safety Summer Camp 2016’ was inaugurated by Mr. Alok Kumar Verma–Commissioner of Police, Delhi and Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria-Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, HMSI in the presence of eminent dignitaries and senior officials.
Noteworthy that more than 1000 young aspirants have already registered for the Road Safety Summer Camp. The Road safety Summer Camp which has started today will continue till June 10th.
Elaborating on this occasion, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria-Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “This summer, once again Honda in association with Delhi Traffic Police is organizing the Road Safety Summer Camp in Delhi. ‘Safety with fun’ being our priority, children will have an opportunity to learn through new exciting educational games on Road Safety Awareness. Attending this camp shall make these kids, safety influencers in their families today and responsible adult road users of tomorrow.”
Honda’s Road Safety Camp will have an assortment of theoretical and practical experiences for kids. The specially designed fun engagements like Road Sign Intelligence Game (road sign identification exercise), Painting & Traffic Quiz contests will make the younger ones aware on basics of road safety.
High school students will be trained on Honda Riding Trainer (a virtual riding simulator which helps people above 13 years of age to experience over 100 possible dangers on road before actual riding on road). Kids in the age group of 9-12 years will be trained on Honda’s CRF 50 model, specially imported from Japan to help them understand the importance of safety riding. At the end of the camp, students will also be awarded with a certificate of completion.