DRIVE A SIMULATOR BEFORE YOU START DRIVING
Driving simulators are probably the most complicated application of computer-aided kinematic and dynamic simulations, as well as one of the biggest triumphs in their advancement. Simulators mimic a real car down to the gas and brake pedals, windshield wipers, signals and ignition key. As per the Motor Vehicles Act and the CMVR, a trainee is believed to master driving skills by spending 10 hours training on the road. RI Motor Car Driving Training School lights a driving program that supplements traditional training with heavy use of driving simulation before actually driving class. RI Motor Car Driving Training School on the simulator make a student ready by keeping calm and think clearly in stressful situations within a short span of time.
Advantage of a simulator
Driving simulators replicate actual driving experiences through all types of scenarios that include vehicle handling, scanning and hazard detection, parallel parking, and hydroplaning. So when a trainee starts using a stimulator, the can choose their flaws in driving and improve that particular control and the stimulator manages other controls. RI Motor Car Driving Training School experts assist the trainee to learn in stimulator and the trainee could knows where exactly the pedals are located and identify the gear by just placing one hand on the gear level. Simulators plays an important role in the early phases of progress, since driver behaviour and driving performance give early valuable results in a virtual environment.
The confidence level of the trainee is achieved while learning on a stimulator.
Controls over the stimulator are mastered by the trainee and then could focus mainly on the learning various complicated manoeuvres, such as lane changing, overtaking, merging with traffic and driving on roundabouts.
Challenge for the trainee
Driving on Indian roads can be a challenging experience for a trainee. Inappropriate driving skills is considered one of the major causes of road accidents in India as compared to defective geometric design of pavement or mechanical defects in vehicles. Factors causing accidents such as poor road design, vehicle conditions, driver characteristics of frequent traffic violations, increase in crashes due to self-centred driving, etc. are also of concern.
Indian roads present a true deep learning challenge. Even if the rules are transformed to allow driverless vehicles, city traffic will remain complicated in India.
Considering these issues, RI Motor Car Driving Training School started educating the trainee through virtual mode with the stimulators prior to actual driving.