(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Emirates Driving Institute, or EDI, the longest-established and largest driving school in the UAE has just launched its new Training & Testing centre at Port Rashid, spread across an area of 20,000sqft.
The centre is a one-stop shop for all licencing services. All services from Roads and Transport Authority file opening, complete training as well as testing to licence issuing are being offered at these new facilities under the supervision of multilingual instructors in modern training vehicles.
Customers won't necessarily need to go to the EDI head office in Al Qusais for their tests or lectures; this new strategic location has been especially set up for customers living in Bur Dubai, Karama, Satwa, Diyafa, Jafliya, the Dubai International Financial Centre, Trade Centre, Business Bay, Jumeirah 1, and many other areas. This is EDI's third "all inclusive centre" that offers end-to-end licencing services, with the EDI head office and training centre in Al Quoz. In addition to these three centres, EDI has 57 sales and administration branches spread across Dubai to serve better its customers.
Amer Ahmed Belhasa, managing director of EDI, said: "EDI's growing footprint across Dubai is the confirmation that we are a highly trusted brand in the driver training and road safety sector in the UAE. This consumer's faith inspires us to continue providing the best services we can. Our researches indicate that customer's convenience and location flexibility in service offerings are always very important for all."
He added that EDI's new centre at Port Rashid provides the ease of all services being under one roof and is located at a very convenient and strategic location in the heart of Dubai.
He said: "We are confident that this centre will contribute towards creating better and safer drivers in the UAE."
EDI is offering a unique launch promotion to welcome new students to the new facility. Students registering and taking training at this new centre at Port Rashid will get lectures worth Dh560 - free of cost until the end of November.