Every death on Pakistan roads is a major tragedy causing enormous emotional pain and grief to family and friends. Even more distressing is the fact that many of those killed are young people. Statistics show that road users between 17 and 24 years of age account for around one-third of road deaths.
The major contributions to serious road trauma are speeding, alcohol, driving when tired and the non-use of restraints. All these factors are within the control of the driver, which means that almost all road deaths and serious injuries can be prevented.
Lack of use of Defensive Driving techniques is a major factor that is being found nearly in all of the incident investigation related to road crashes
PNIDD driver training programs cover all aspect of the driving conditions that we are exposed to and that’s why you will find so many different training programs and courses