Ford Continues ‘Driving Skills for Life’ Programme in Myanmar to Help Raise Awareness of Road Safety

  • Myanmar drivers will receive both classroom and practical training as part of Ford’s global Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) campaign

In Myanmar, DSFL is organized in partnership with Ford’s local dealer partner, us, Capital Automotive Ltd., and the RMA Group. Trainers from the RMA Academy lead the DSFL training, alongside local dealership staffs who have been trained by Ford’s global DSFL team.

Capital Automotive, Ford Myanmar will work on the continuation of FORD global Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) campaign in Myanmar through a serious of workshops aimed at raising awareness of safe driving techniques and driver safety.

From 8,9 & 10 December, Ford Myanmar is hosting 6 half-day DSFL workshops – provided free-of-charge – to emphasize the importance of safe driving skills for motorists in Myanmar. More than 250 civil servants, media, Ford customers and members of the public will participate at TheOne Entertainment Park in Yangon. On December 12 & 13, we will have 4 half-day DSFL workshop at ChanMyaTharSi Old Airport in Mandalay with more than 150 participants.

In addition to the program’s core content, an emphasis on the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol will be incorporated this year, including having participants wear specially designed gear that helps simulate the experience of driving while movement, coordination and alertness are impaired.