CDC started operations in April 1996 with a humble fleet of six motorcars. Through far-sighted planning, technological innovation and sound investment, CDC propelled its reputation and profitability into a full-fledged centre for comprehensive motoring education.
CDC today commands a fleet of about 200 motorcars and motorbikes with a comprehensive range of high quality services and outstanding facilities.
More than 200 qualified and dedicated instructors, trained overseas in Japan, Australia and Malaysia, to make sure you learn the right thing right!
Wireless Learner Progress Monitoring System – wireless technology which utilises the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) to manage and shorten learner drivers’ learning curve
The six-axle state-of-the-art Motorcycle Simulator
Interactive computer-based training
The comprehensive curriculum is also structured to ensure that you only get to the succeeding stage when you have passed the current one satisfactorily. This lets you acquire not only sound judgement and accurate technical knowledge, but a strong sense of social responsibility.
With CDC, you will not just attain a driver’s licence, but will be on your way to becoming a socially responsible driver.