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Ford Driving Skill For Life to be held on 4th January

Ford Driving Skill For Life to be held on 4th January

Snapshot: DFSL will be held on 4th January, come and sharpen your driving skills at the event

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The first seven days of a new year is celebrated as Road Safety Week world over and India, during this week, the global initiative by Ford – DFSL (Driving Skills For Life), is also reaching the country. DFSL is a model created by Ford and focuses on many real world driving conditions and puts the driver through real world conditions.

DFSL has been conducted round the world and in India, Ford has held these sessions with many big corporates for economic driving and on-road behavior of the drivers. In India alone, Ford has given the lessons to more than 10,000 people, including corporates like the Traffic Police, Defense Personnel, Rotary Clubs and Madras Cosmopolitan Round Table (MCRT) fleet owners and dealers. The trainers are internationally claimed individuals and the sessions always help the people to be better on road.

DFSL will be conducted in Ford office in Gurgaon on 4th January and our readers are invited exclusively to the event. The event starts at 11am and will take the participants through various skill honing sessions.

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