Initiatives conducted overseas

Activities overseas began in 1972, and are currently conducted in 37 countries around the world (excluding Japan).

Honda Driving Safety Promotion Activities 2013

Introducing efforts for safe driving promotion activities of Honda

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Report on initiatives from each country

This section outlines information on initiatives related to Driving Safety Promotion Activities conducted in each country.
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Activities of the Traffic Education CenterActivities of Honda DealershipsLifelong Education Conducted in Cooperation with Local CommunitiesDevelopment of Educational Programs, Devices, and MaterialsPR and Awareness-Raising Activities
Thailand(A.P.Honda)Activities of the Traffic Education CenterActivities of Honda DealershipsLifelong Education Conducted in Cooperation with Local CommunitiesDevelopment of Educational Programs, Devices, and MaterialsPR and Awareness-Raising Activities
Vietnam(Honda Vietnam)Activities of the Traffic Education CenterActivities of Honda DealershipsLifelong Education Conducted in Cooperation with Local CommunitiesDevelopment of Educational Programs, Devices, and MaterialsPR and Awareness-Raising Activities

The 15th Safety Japan Instructors' Competition

The Safety Japan Instructor’s Competition is an event where Honda instructors and employees from around the world gather to show their safety driving techniques and teaching skills they practice daily and further improve their knowledge through interaction with fellow instructors. The competition was held once again after a 4-year blank period, with 71 competitors from 10 Asian nations including Japan showing their exceptional skills through the two days of the event. Some competitors are easygoing, some are not very good at English, but they all become serious and enthusiastic once they start talking about safety riding/driving, which clearly demonstrates the special nature of this event.

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