The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) has come up with a brilliant way to improve its driving school. To assist people learning to drive for the first time, the department has integrated manual car driving simulations.
ITP has purchased ten simulators for its driving school, which will allow it to teach many pupils at once. The simulators are equipped with all of the features of a manual car to provide pupils with a genuine driving experience.
This facility, according to the department, will be extremely advantageous to both itself and the pupils. It was suggested that the simulator will assist inexperienced drivers in learning all of the fundamentals before they hit the roads.
In addition, the simulator will allow pupils to practise driving in a safe and regulated environment. This will reduce the likelihood of novice drivers getting into accidents while learning to drive. It will also address worries about the wear and tear of ITP’s automobiles, which were previously utilised as learning aids for new drivers.
All simulators have been installed in the department’s Faizabad office, which is a central location for residents of the twin cities.