With the increased number of lives gone astray due to road accidents, there is an intensifying need for drivers to be well acquainted, fortified and trained. A1 driving academy provides driving lessons and NATIS tests in areas of Windhoek, Tsumeb, Okahandja and Katima Mulilo.
Namibia is one of the developing countries that record the highest figures of road traffic accidents yearly, which results in bereavements, temporary and permanent injuries of our loved ones. According to Clemens Jambulu, the owner of A1 Driving Academy, road traffic accidents are partially avoidable. Being the main perpetrators, drivers need to be well experienced in driving in order to provide a safer driving environment and prevent accidents. A1 Driving Academy aims at making sure that drivers are well-skilled and familiar with all road rules and signs; at the same time, learner drivers are trained to pay attention to pedestrians whose lives are occasionally in danger due to reckless driving.
He added that the pre-license learning-to-drive phase is important for new drivers to overcome issues associated with inexperience, gain exposure to road traffic rules, train their basic maneuvering and vehicle handling skills and learn to recognize hazards and getting used to the road overall.
A1 Driving Academy is certified and so far, it is one of the most reliable driving schools that produced a lot of proficient drivers. It consists of well-experienced driving instructors who provide a friendly driving environment for learner drivers and their vehicles are safe and road-friendly. At A1 Driving Academy, getting a license is guaranteed and to this point has a high passing rate of NATIS tests.
“Apart from providing a conducive and convivial driving environment, most of nowadays jobs require a driver’s license as a prerequisite; hence, my advice to job seekers is that they should try to get their licenses”, said an instructor at A1 Driving Academy. They are available seven days a week, ready to prepare you to get your driver’s license and they can be contacted @0816011939 or 085 301193.