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Emirates Driving Co building $6mn Al Dhafra branch for ‘future motorists’

Project is set to be executed over a period of 16 months, and estimated to be completed by the end of 2022

Emirates Driving Company PJSC has revealed it is investing $6 million in developing a state-of-the-art branch office and associated facilities “to help future motorists seeking driving classes in Madinat Zayed City, Al Dhafra region.”

Emirates Driving Co is the only licensed motor driving training institute to provide professional motor driving training to customers and prepare them for driving tests in Abu Dhabi. It has successfully trained 55,853 drivers in the COVID-19 pandemic-hit 2020, a figure which is narrowly up from 55,832 in 2019.

Its new branch will accommodate a large number of customers on an area of 115,223 square metres. The project is set to be executed over a period of 16 months, and estimated to be completed by the end of 2022.

The company said the move is in line with its own vision to improve the services provided to its customers in the Al Dhafra region and the surrounding areas, and to improve the customer’s journey to obtain a driver’s license.

“This step has been initiated following the company’s strategy which is aiming to expand locally and internationally by delivering an integrated group of services which involves training services and safe driving awareness to cover large sector of customers,” it added.

The new branch will comprise a customer service hall, theory training and examination halls, practical training areas, waiting areas, trainee/trainer communication tower, Light Machinery and Heavy Machinery training areas, Yard Test Area, plus a fleet Workshop and gas station.

“This will enable the current and future customers to receive our services smoothly and efficiently,” said the organisation.

 

 

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