KDTraining uses heavy vehicle simulator to teach learner truck drivers

KDTraining uses heavy vehicle simulator to teach learner truck drivers

If you want to get a Heavy Truck licence or you own a transport company and want to up-skill your drivers then KDTraining could have the answers.

KDTraining has NZ’s only mobile heavy vehicle virtual simulator that allows learners to practice truck driving in a highly realistic but safe environment.

The simulator can be set up for a first timer or provide more complex exercises for experienced truck drivers. It has 330 different configurations and can simulate a huge range of different road or weather conditions.

For novice drivers the simulator provides a chance to practice dealing with hazardous and difficult environments without the dangers of being on the road. For companies, the truck simulator can educate staff in fuel-efficient driving, safe practices and can be used to evaluate their skills.

The heavy vehicle simulator also cuts down the costs associated with on-road driver training. It doesn’t use fuel, there are no road user charges, zero carbon emissions and absolutely no chance of an accident.

Being a mobile simulator, it can also travel to you (conditions apply).

If you want to train new drivers or keep the old ones well skilled, then click here to go to the KDTraining.com website and find out more.

If you’d like to practice road code questions for HT classes 3 – 5, click here to go to Driving Tests NZ

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