Islamabad traffic police launch virtual technology to train new drivers

04:32 PM | 9 Mar, 2018
Islamabad traffic police launch virtual technology to train new drivers
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ISLAMABAD - Islamabad traffic police have launched virtual driving simulators to facilitate the training of new drivers using 3D Technology in the capital.

The ITP have now installed 10 driving training simulators and are equipped with three screens, a seat, gearbox, steering wheel, gas, brake and clutch pedals and other things that replicate a driver’s seat in a real car.

This new program helps those who are reluctant in bringing their vehicles to the jam-packed roads and fast-moving highways.

IG Islamabad Police, Sultan Azam Taimuri personally examined the newly installed simulators.

The driver has to face made up scenarios that resemble the real world driving conditions and learn to drive on the system under the supervision of ITP officials.

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