A few weeks after the initial launch of iDrive Zimbabwe the online provisional licence test centre, the hit website has now been equipped with a study guide which prospective drivers can now go through for a total online provisional licence test preparation.
Initially, the service came with test questions which would be taken over a ten minute period, similar to the actual learner’s test administered by the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID).
The latest addition of the study guide now makes available reading material to users, which contains information similar to that found in the Highway Code.The content is arranged in easily accessible and neatly classified topics which all come standard to the required knowledge for the provisional licence testing.
“We added the study guide to complete the entire study-for-provisional journey,” stated Steve Munatsi, Marketing Executive for iDrive Zimbabwe.
In the near future, iDrive is also going to incorporate onto their service information centres on procedures and guidelines on applying for provisional drivers licences. Impressive enough, iDrive aims to start feeding in best practice guidelines and tips from around the world for the road traffic systems similar to those in Zimbabwe. This drive, they state, is focused on “influencing improved driving standards and not simply churning out test competent drivers.”
iDrive’s clever design and utility has, in under three months, made it one of the fastest growing online services in Zimbabwe.