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New Zealanders have a chance to experience the changes to the Give Way rules in real-life situations, safely and easily on their computers, with eDriversquo;s latest module.
Users can access the Give Way simulations for free.
Instead of computer-drawn animations, eDriversquo;s acclaimed training modules are filmed on real New Zealand roads, and give users a chance to familiarize themselves with the two changes that come in to play on the morning of the 25th.
The eDrive modules have already been embraced by many driver-training programmes throughout the country for their fun, simple-to-use approach.
BP Connect will have cards that provide motorists with more information and access to the eDrive practice modules. Alternatively, those online can visit www.giveway.co.nz.
In the interest of driver safety on our roads, BP has sponsored the distribution of this latest module.
We realize that many of our customers are concerned about the two road rule changes on the 25th.
By sponsoring these latest modules and making them free for Kiwis, we can help save lives and a lot of stress for motorists says BP Managing Director Mike McGuinness.
Created by Dr Robert Isler, eDrive is founded on rigorous research into New Zealand driver behaviour, catching out some of the most common errors behind the wheel.
In addition to BP New Zealand and Suzuki New Zealand, Bridgestone has joined as a new eDrive sponsor. ACC and NZTA, sponsors of www.edrive.co.nz, also support the module.