Tuesday, 09 August 2022 | PNS | Dehradun
Under the MG Saarthi programme the company is training and upskilling the chauffeurs of its customers. This programme familiarises the chauffeurs with advanced technologies in MG cars offered under the CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric) vision. They are taught about the latest developments in safe vehicle operations. In a ceremony organized in Dehradun, Sunil Sharma, RTO (Enforcement Road Safety) and Kishan Kishore RTO (Registration) in-charge felicitated the participants.
So far, MG has completed the upskilling of more than 1,800 chauffeurs under the programme in the north region. The customers can sign up their chauffeurs for training at the nearest dealership free of cost.