The Honda group of companies in the Philippines led by Mr. Daiki Mihara, President of Honda Philippines Inc. (HPI), the manufacturer and distributor of motorcycles and power products, Mr. Toshio Kuwahara, President of Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), the manufacturer and distributor of automobiles, and Mr. Yasuharu Ikida, President of Honda Parts Manufacturing Corp. (HPMC), the manufacturer of engine parts and transmission, officially announced the One Honda Road Safety program at the Honda Safety Driving Center, in Sucat, Paranaque.
The One Honda Road Safety campaign carries the theme ”Road Safety For our Family”. It focuses on three major thrusts: educate the public to become safe and responsible road users; promote vehicle safety technology thru actual customer experience; and collaborate with concerned sectors of society. Piloted in July 2016 in each of the three Honda companies internally, One Honda Road Safety is now ready to expand externally, starting with the two industrial parks where Honda manufacturing plants are located. This will then move out farther to cover the communities of Sto. Tomas and Tanauan, Batangas and Sta Rosa, Laguna where the Honda facilities are situated. The ultimate goal of this Road Safety Program is to provide safer roads for the society by reaching and educating as many road users in the country.
In a related activity, the new lobby of the Honda Safety Driving Center (HSDC), which played host to the event, was likewise formally inaugurated. The HSDC remains to be Honda’s centerpiece public facility that directly promotes road safety though responsible motoring and education. The HSDC also promises improved and more accessible services for its customers as the country’s only world class driving facility which offers basic and comprehensive driving training for two-wheel, four-wheel and even trucks. Also, to be opened within this month are safety driving facilities at the newly renovated flagship shops of Honda in Cebu and Davao.
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