Driving Skills for Life – Ford’s Safe Driving Program is Back in Davao

Ford PhilippinesDriving Skills for Life (DSFL) program is back here in Davao City for the third year on December 3, 2019.

The program aims to educate more drivers to become safer and more responsible while on the road. The company first brought the program in Davao last 2017. 400 private and public utility drivers, student drivers, and traffic and road management personnel were trained since then. Participants were able to learn more about the benefits of smart, safe, and fuel-efficient driving, as well as the necessary skills to minimize road accidents, alterations, and traffic congestion.

Driving Skills for Life - Parking Properly

DSFL participants can expect to learn more about the dangers of distracted driving and drunk driving, as well as tips and techniques in driving under special conditions and vehicle handling in this year’s sessions. They will also be refreshed with road statistics and relevant regulations such as the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act.

Driving Skills for Life - Bianca Gonzalez-Intal

The program is a combination of classroom training, as well as a hands-on driving simulation that allows participating drivers to apply their learnings from the classroom sessions.

“One of our commitments at Ford is to help promote and improve road safety in the country. Our aim every year is to increase driver safety awareness with the DSFL, practicing the proper skills required of anybody who gets behind the wheel and ensuring that drivers and their passengers get to their destinations safely all the time,”

shares EJ Francisco, AVP, Communications, Ford Philippines.

The Driving Skills for Life program is offered to participating drivers for free. It will be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at the Home Crest Hotel, Ecoland Drive, Davao City with two training sessions at 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Interested participants can send a text message Tuason Racing School via 0956-5644385 to reserve a slot for free. Walk-in participants can still join.



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