Defensive Driving Training

2 W Defensive Driving Training & Assessment & Certification

  •  Two-wheeler accounted for the highest share in total road crashes (1,62,280), contributing 33.8%, followed by cars, jeeps and taxis (1,13,267) contributing 23.6% and trucks, tempos, tractors and other articulated vehicles (1,01,085) contributing 21.0% and buses (37,487) contributing 7.8% to total road crash fatalities.
    Training Methodology ROAD SAFETY FOUNDATION developed practical tools and systems including an interactive training methodology which could work even with illiterate drivers. The entire course is covered by classroom Lecture session, supported with visual aid, Video Films, and Multimedia Presentations. Road Safety Foundation has developed research-based driver training courses that are comprehensive, practical, and meet the requirements of different stake holders in the Indian environment.
    Course Content & Methodology : 
  • Two Wheeler courses consist of class-room theory, (Module 1 &2)
  • demonstration and practical sessions(Module-2)

The major topics covered are: 

  1. Diverse road user behaviour .
  2. Road markings and traffic signs 
  3. Road Rules- traffic laws,  Sharing the road, courtesy and etiquette.
  4. Factors influencing driving – stress, alcohol and drugs.
  5. Appropriate speed and following distance.
  6. Driving under difficult and potentially dangerous conditions – weather, terrain, traffic, visibility.
  7. Defensive driving Technics.
  8. hazard perception, 
  9. Riding posture, Riding Gears(Essential Safety equipment and clothing (helmet, shoes, jackets,)  
  10. braking in emergency.
  11. intersection approach, overtaking,
  12. Preventive maintenance.
  13. Accident related first aid.

  • Practical Training, Assessment & Certification.(Only in Module-2)

LMV/4 Wheeler Driving Training, Assessment & Certification

  • Our courses are specially designed to category (HODs, Executives & Drivers) wise improves your
  • defensive driving technique. The entire course is covered by classroom Lecture session, supported
  • with visual aid, Video Films, and Multimedia Presentations. Your office shall provide well equipped
  • training hall / room with all necessary facilities like Speakers and Projector if available
  • Course Content

  1. Statistics of Road accidents and Reason thereof.
  2. Majority Root cause of road accidents. (Save Live)
  3. People Mindset(Over Confident, Superstition, At God Will)
  4. Basic Principle’s and unseen forces like Momentum, Centrifugal Force, Center of gravity, Air Pressure; banking of road, cause of tyrebust etc. Its effect on vehicle’s driving.
  5. Identifying risks, Blind Spot, Overtaking, Speed Limit, Vision Impact, Braking distances,
  6. Braking method, Road conditions, Night Driving, Driving on different Rainy Condition, Driving in Fog, Driving on slop, driving on hilly terrain etc.
  7. Drugs and Alcohol its Effect on driving.
  8. Skill-Behavior-Attitude.
  9. Traffic Signals / Traffic Regulation / Statutory Compliances.
  10. Save Fuel up to 20% save maintenance cost up to 30% & Save Environment.
  11. Evaluation Questioner. Participate is no upper limit.

Training Schedule (Ideal time 3 to 4 hours. As per your choice)

45 Minute lectures on people mindset attitude over confident, and superstition.

45 Minute lectures about root cause of road accident and live video presentation.

45 Minute two wheeler driving & safety lecture and video films presentation.

45 Minute car accident prevention courses & Reduce 30% cost (fuel /matinees.)

Practical Training & Evaluation Questioner

Chauffeur Training, Assessment & Certification

  • Most existing employers have issues with their drivers which could range from bad body odour, shabby dressing and oily hair to lack of punctuality, regular absenteeism, poor driving etiquette and car hygiene etc.
  • However, with proper training and grooming, all these issues can be addressed.
  • Every skilled driver has the potential to be transformed into a perfect chauffeur if he receives the right guidance and training. It is not just about teaching him better road sense. It is about going beyond that and enhancing his abilities and soft skills.
  • Our carefully designed modules teach him etiquette and enhance his proficiency in communication, the finer points about dealing with passengers and customers, grooming, car care and hygiene and a whole range of other qualities and abilities.
  • A chauffeur is very often the public face for you and your company. He interacts with your clients and customers, your senior staff and close business and personal associates. A well trained chauffeur can enhance your image considerably.


  1. Introduction
    02. Self Esteem and Self Confidence
    03. Appearance and Hygiene
    04. Diet Plan & Tips to Reduce Weight
    05. Good Manners & Good Behavior
    06. Punctuality
    07. Communication Skills
    08. Stress & Anger Management
    09. Basic Car Care & Car Maintenance
    10. Road Safety and Driving Etiquette.
    11. Mandatory Signs
    12. Cautionary Signs
    13. Informatory Signs
    14. Night Driving Tips
    15. Tips For Driving in the Rain
    16. Strict Don'ts
    17. Importance of Not Shifting Jobs Frequently
    18. List Of Duties
    19. Tips for a Successful Interview
    20. Who is a Good Chauffeur
    21. Customer Service
    22. Driver To Chauffeur - A Career.

Transit Mixture / Truck/Tanker/Trailer Driver Training

  • We have over 25 years experience within the ready mixed concrete industry and we are a FORS and CHAS accredited company.
  • In 2014 we restructured our training programme to not only cover the Health and Safety of our drivers but to include more in depth training in the use and operation of the mixer.
  • We now feel the time is right to introduce our Truckmixer Operator Skills Course industry wide.

Training Module

  1.  Statistics of accident
  2.  Indian traffic scenario 
  3. Typical aggressive behavior
  4. Behavior based Safety
  5. Road user behavior
  6. Shortage of Time & Time Management
  7.   Scientific Factors that affect our Driving Control  like Centrifugal Force, Inertia and CG
  8.  Method of Braking & Clutch 
  9.  Importance of Tire Pressure  and condition 
  10. Braking Distance
  11.  Tire Burst  
  12.   Mobile Phone
  13. Mental and Physical Condition
  14. Effect of Medicine /Smoking
  15.  Emergency Control  
  16. How to be a Defensive driver
  17. Driving in Winter
  18. Driving in Rainy Season
  19.  Driving in Hilly Area 
  20. Safe Overtaking Practices
  21. Night Driving Rules
  22. Safe Parking
  23. Safe Loading And Unloading
  24. Work at Hieght
  25. Safe Highway Driving Practices
  26. Safe City Driving Practices 
  27. Understanding Drivers Hours, Working Time & Tachographs
  28. Daily Walk-Round Checks, Defect Reporting & Safe Loading
  29. Principals of Safe Defensive & Economic Driving, Vehicle Load Handling Systems
  30. Health & Safety in Transport & Personal Wellbeing
  31. Rollover Protection
  32. Importance of Tyre Pressure

Site Content

School Bus Driver Training

  •   School bus drivers and school bus aides who transport special needs students, or drivers who may substitute on a route transporting special needs students, should be trained in the specific needs of the students on board that route. This includes the handling of special equipment, such as wheelchairs and child safety seats, operation of wheelchair lifts and wheelchair tie-downs, and any special requirements in the student’s Individualized Education  Plan (IEP).   
  • ​- Active Shooter
    - Railroad Crossing Safety and Incident Investigation
    - Accident Procedures 
    - Department of Homeland Security- Situational awareness and hostage situation involving a school bus.
    - Mass Casualty incidents involving a school bus
    - Safe Boarding 
  • Defensive Driving Technics
  • Government Compliance.
  • Behavior Training

Road Safety Awareness Program for School Children

  •  Traffic education plays a significant role in the design and implementation of a successful road safety program of every country. The development of 'Road Safety Culture" is a fundamental objective of the “Hellenic Strategic Plan for the Improvement of Road Safety, 2011-2020) 
  •  Topics covered: 
  • A is for awareness: traffic is dangerous and hurts people 
  •  B is for behavior: rules you can follow to stay safe 
  •  C is for choice: how to make the safest choices and help others stay safe too 
  • Safe Riding Gears.
  • Road Accident Statics
  • Effect on a Road Accident on A family
  • Safe Road Crossing 
  • pedestrian safety
  • Traffic Rules