Learner drivers do not have to leave the safety of the training
centre until they have familiarised themselves with driving a
Train in scenarios not necessarily available to all students
City driving scenarios in rural areas
Fog and rainy scenarios
Train in a stress free environment
The simulator gives continuous feedback during the session
A comprehensive report after the session is available
The simulator is easy manageable by the learner, flash cards
the learner through different scenarios.
Within a scenario, the simulator operates exactly like a real
Difficult scenarios such as parallel parking, alley docking and
incline start can be practised continuously in one session.
Advance and precise driving scenarios
No fuel cost on simulator
Low insurance cost on simulator
Low maintenance cost on simulator
The average student requires 15 hours of training before they are
ready to obtain a license. We suggest that 12 of those 15 hours are
done on a simulator. The 3 hours is just to ensure the learner can
repeat all the different scenarios in a vehicle to ensure confidence
when they go for their driver’s license. This combination of
training on a simulator and vehicle does not only produce better
drivers, it also results in an astronomical saving on training.