Statistics from NRSC show that four people die daily on Ghanaian roads due to road accident. Estimates show that Ghana loses over 230 million dollars yearly due to road accidents with more than 1600 deaths. The loss correlates to 1.7% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product. The NRSC announced that there were 19 fatalities per 10,000 vehicles in Ghana.
The major cause of road accidents in Ghana according to the NRSC is over speeding. Wrong overtaking is another among several other causes. Most of these causes of road accidents stem from the lack of proper training of drivers.
A+ Driving Schools has been established to CHANGE this by educating and training drivers and prospective drivers ACROSS GHANA on SAFE and DEFENSIVE driving. Our mission to drastically reduce fatalities on Ghanaian roads underscores our approach to driver training.
This mission is made possible by our strategic investors. We also work in close collaboration with DVLA, NRSC, MTTU, and the Association of Driving Schools.