Japanese compact car and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki Philippines Inc (SPH) reaffirmed the company’s commitment to road courtesy and safety through its donation of two (2) units of motorcycles, specifically the Suzuki Skydrive 125 and the recently launched Suzuki GD110 and twenty (20) units of standard ECE-approved helmets to the LTO Field Enforcement Squad.
Suzuki Philippines Inc (SPH) also in the same event, recently partnered with the Land Transportation Office (LTO) and the Motorcycle Philippine Federation (MCPF) to launch the Motorcycle Safety Learn to Ride Program—a motorcycle safety-riding clinic for current and would-be motorcycle riders to acquaint themselves with the fundamentals of road courtesy/discipline and equip them with the necessary skills to enable riders to manipulate his/her motorcycle proficiently and safety.
“We are hoping that with the Learn to Ride Program, Suzuki will be at the forefront of safety riding. As a motorcycle manufacturer, we believe it is our duty to educate the people about road courtesy and safety riding to ensure that all commuters, motorcycle riders and 4-wheel drivers will co-exist in peace on the roads,” said Mr. Uchida.
|LTO Assistant Secretary Virginia P. Torres with one of the donated Suzuki Skydrive motorcycle for the LTO Traffic Safety Division. Also in the picture: MCPF/LTO Director for Safety Engineer Mr. Joel Donato, Suzuki Philippines GM for Motorcycle Sales and Marketing division Mr. Eiji Kobayashi, , Suzuki Philippines Managing Director Ms. Lyn Calderon, Suzuki Philippines President Mr. Satoshi Uchida and MCPF Director Atoy Sta. Cruz.
||Turning over the motorcycle and helmet donation is Suzuki President Mr. Satoshi Uchida, with DOTC Undersecretary Rafael Antonio Santos. Also in the picture are: LTO Executive Director Alfonso V. Tan, Jr., and MCPF Director Atoy Sta. Cruz.
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