We know that Japan is one of the safer countries to live in due to its phenomenally low crime rates, and hence we’ll make the assumption that road accidents are also rarer in that part of the world due to diligence and alertness of the local drivers. Well, Honda isn’t taking their chances with each new batches of drivers by offering their latest educational software known as Honda Safety Navi. This fine piece of programming was specially designed to work on a PC as an automobile driving simulator, requiring the use of a retail PC and accessories such as a steering wheel for that realistic feeling. There is even an Eco-Drive mode that educates users to understand fuel-efficient driving techniques as well as picking up key points of eco-driving.
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