Sign up for the Ford Driving Skills Life Program

Are you interested in learning more about driving? Ford Malaysia (Sime Darby Auto ConneXion) will be having the Ford’s global Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) program in the East Malaysia State of Sabah in mid-November.

The complimentary DSFL workshop aims to teach drivers the necessary skills on safe driving practices beyond what is taught in standard driver education programs. Conducted through a mix of classroom and practical training workshops with trained driving instructors, the half-day two-part workshop consists of a theory course. It will be held at the Ford Kota Kinabalu showroom, with the practical driving course scheduled for the Likas Stadium.

Open to all Malaysian licensed drivers, each half-day session caters up to 30 participants and will feature Ford Ranger-based models to teach drivers safe driving practices when driving a pickup truck.

Those interested in attending are encouraged to register their interest in-person at the Ford Kota Kinabalu showroom to secure spots as seats are limited. For more info, call 088-425 355 or visit
https://www.sdacford.com.my/news/promote-safe-driving . Below are the available sessions:

16 Nov (Saturday) 17 Nov (Sunday)
8.30am – 1.00pm (30 pax) 8.30am – 1.00pm (30 pax)
1.00pm – 6.00pm (30 pax) 1.00pm – 6.00pm (30 pax)

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