Wayfair human driving, traffic survival school and traffic survival classes will be taught by a self-described “traffic specialist”.
Wayfair CEO David J. Davenport told Crypto Coins: “We are extremely excited about the potential of our students’ unique abilities to be able to take on the most challenging road challenges, like snow, ice, mud and ice, through to snow and ice conditions.”
We are confident that their unique driving styles and training will enable them to adapt to the extreme weather conditions that will be encountered in their lives and that is what makes them a perfect fit for the Wayfair School.
“Davenport went on to say that Wayfair students would be able “to navigate through the challenges of snow, snow, and ice in the toughest weather conditions and to develop their skills and abilities to stay safe”.
Wayfarer students, Davencoasters, and Wayfair staff will be able join Wayfair’s “trail” to the next level of education, the CEO added.
Davencoaster: “Our students will be given the skills to get them on the next step of their journey and the training to get there.”
Davies comments come as the UK Government prepares to roll out a new traffic safety scheme.
The UK Government announced a raft of measures to tackle the increasing number of road deaths and serious injuries caused by the increasing use of mobile phones and other gadgets.
The Department for Transport (DfT) will publish a new Traffic Safety Strategy in the New Year which will outline a plan for introducing new measures to increase safety on our roads.
The strategy will also include new measures for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.
The plans include the introduction of speed limits, lane splitting and red lights, to increase the use of technology in road safety, and the implementation of a “speed trap” programme which will introduce cameras and cameras on the road.