Al Hindu Driving School and Taxis

Al Hindu Driving School and Taxis offers a one stop facitility for driver training and Taxis services, airport shuttles, school runs and corporate travel

Operating as usual

01/10/2021

Driving has been made as easy as A B C. Reduce road carnage and get trained by professional instructors.

We are open Monday's to Friday's 8 am to 5pm and for the convenience of those with busy week days and we also open on Saturdays and Sundays by prior bookings

Give us a call on +263718853808,

+263772853808,

+263732853808

Landline 04-764256, 04764233

WHATSAPP: +263718853808 / +263719853808

Remember to like our page https://www.facebook.com/info.alhindu.co.zw/?ref=bookmarks

Driving has been made as easy as A B C. Reduce road carnage and get trained by professional instructors.

We are open Monday's to Friday's 8 am to 5pm and for the convenience of those with busy week days and we also open on Saturdays and Sundays by prior bookings

Give us a call on +263718853808,

+263772853808,

+263732853808

Landline 04-764256, 04764233

WHATSAPP: +263718853808 / +263719853808

Remember to like our page https://www.facebook.com/info.alhindu.co.zw/?ref=bookmarks

14/09/2021

Dont get locked out, because of transport blues,,, call us we are available 24/7
0772853808
0718853808
0732853808

Dont get locked out, because of transport blues,,, call us we are available 24/7
0772853808
0718853808
0732853808

12/07/2021

Want to learn more about road rules and driving,
Give us a call on +263718853808,
+263772853808,
+263732853808

Landline 04-764256, 04764233

APP: +263718853808 / +263719853808

We are open Monday's to Friday's 8 am to 5pm and for the
convenience of those with busy week days and we also open on Saturdays and Sundays by prior bookings

Remember to like our page https://www.facebook.com/info.alhindu.co.zw

Want to learn more about road rules and driving,
Give us a call on +263718853808,
+263772853808,
+263732853808

Landline 04-764256, 04764233

APP: +263718853808 / +263719853808

We are open Monday's to Friday's 8 am to 5pm and for the
convenience of those with busy week days and we also open on Saturdays and Sundays by prior bookings

Remember to like our page https://www.facebook.com/info.alhindu.co.zw

07/07/2021
04/06/2021

*WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE A TYRE BLOWOUT WHILE STILL IN MOTION (SPEED)*

There are 6 simple steps to take within a maximum of 2 minutes and you will be safe, these by the grace of God I have been familiar with for decades. They are as follow:

(1) DON'T PANIC in the event of a blowout, calm yourself down fast because your car will start misbehaving and you need to take charge.

(2) Hold FIRMLY to your steering wheel with both hand, NO VIGOROUS TURNING, as you concentrate on the road and your mirrors, in seconds study the movement pattern of the car. Your car will naturally swerve to the direction of the burst tyre.

(3) Take off your foot from the accelerator, DON'T EVER ATTEMPT TO PRESS THE BRAKES, IF YOU DO, YOU HAVE A 95% CHANCE OF A SOMERSAULT. The car will decelerate gradually while you concentrate on the road to avoid collision with any other road user.

(4) Disengage the gears of the car by shifting to neutral 👎 as you still maintain a firm grip on the steering wheel and put your eyes on the road.

(5) After a while depending on your initial speed, your car comes to a speed less than 60km/h when it is now safe to GRADUALLY apply the brakes and navigate to the side walk

(6) Ultimately, it is now safe to put the car to a complete stop and turn off the engine. You have just saved yourself and passengers from untimely death.

NOTE:
Of course, everyone in the car will be in a panic mode BUT this is NOT THE TIME TO LISTEN TO THEM, it is TIME TO CONCENTRATE.

Please, don't just read share on your page and copy to other platforms, you may just be about to save a life.
I pray that God will continue to keep us safe as we use the roads.

*WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE A TYRE BLOWOUT WHILE STILL IN MOTION (SPEED)*

There are 6 simple steps to take within a maximum of 2 minutes and you will be safe, these by the grace of God I have been familiar with for decades. They are as follow:

(1) DON'T PANIC in the event of a blowout, calm yourself down fast because your car will start misbehaving and you need to take charge.

(2) Hold FIRMLY to your steering wheel with both hand, NO VIGOROUS TURNING, as you concentrate on the road and your mirrors, in seconds study the movement pattern of the car. Your car will naturally swerve to the direction of the burst tyre.

(3) Take off your foot from the accelerator, DON'T EVER ATTEMPT TO PRESS THE BRAKES, IF YOU DO, YOU HAVE A 95% CHANCE OF A SOMERSAULT. The car will decelerate gradually while you concentrate on the road to avoid collision with any other road user.

(4) Disengage the gears of the car by shifting to neutral 👎 as you still maintain a firm grip on the steering wheel and put your eyes on the road.

(5) After a while depending on your initial speed, your car comes to a speed less than 60km/h when it is now safe to GRADUALLY apply the brakes and navigate to the side walk

(6) Ultimately, it is now safe to put the car to a complete stop and turn off the engine. You have just saved yourself and passengers from untimely death.

NOTE:
Of course, everyone in the car will be in a panic mode BUT this is NOT THE TIME TO LISTEN TO THEM, it is TIME TO CONCENTRATE.

Please, don't just read share on your page and copy to other platforms, you may just be about to save a life.
I pray that God will continue to keep us safe as we use the roads.

03/06/2021

Book your lesson now:

Call: 0772853808, 0718853808, 0732853808

Book your lesson now:

Call: 0772853808, 0718853808, 0732853808

13/05/2021

Dont get locked out, because of transport blues,,, call us we are available 24/7
0772853808
0718853808
0732853808

Dont get locked out, because of transport blues,,, call us we are available 24/7
0772853808
0718853808
0732853808

10/05/2021
02/05/2021
28/03/2021

Easter holiday travels important check list

1️⃣️Are the car tyres are in a road-worthy condition?
2️⃣️Is every fluid at the optimum level - Engine oil, coolant and fuel?
3️⃣️Are your car licenses and insurance are up to date?

Once you have answered 'YES' to these three questions, you are good to go! It's always a good idea to leave ahead of time to avoid speeding and also to practice safe driving on the road. Enjoy your trip.

Easter holiday travels important check list

1️⃣️Are the car tyres are in a road-worthy condition?
2️⃣️Is every fluid at the optimum level - Engine oil, coolant and fuel?
3️⃣️Are your car licenses and insurance are up to date?

Once you have answered 'YES' to these three questions, you are good to go! It's always a good idea to leave ahead of time to avoid speeding and also to practice safe driving on the road. Enjoy your trip.

22/03/2021

TIPS TO KEEP YOUR CAR AND TYRES SAFE!!!!!

Start your car once in every 3 days to avoid battery discharge

Move your car a bit every alternate day to ease pressure on the tyres

Try to put a wrap under the wiper blades to avoid marks on the screen

Leave your hand brake down when you are parking the car for a long period

Park indoors or use a car cover. You can also use thick bed sheets

Clean the interior of your car regularly

#PRACTICE GOOD PERSONAL HYGIENE AND EXERCISE SOCIAL DISTANCING.

TIPS TO KEEP YOUR CAR AND TYRES SAFE!!!!!

Start your car once in every 3 days to avoid battery discharge

Move your car a bit every alternate day to ease pressure on the tyres

Try to put a wrap under the wiper blades to avoid marks on the screen

Leave your hand brake down when you are parking the car for a long period

Park indoors or use a car cover. You can also use thick bed sheets

Clean the interior of your car regularly

#PRACTICE GOOD PERSONAL HYGIENE AND EXERCISE SOCIAL DISTANCING.

22/03/2021

Punctual, reliable, safe

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Email: [email protected]
Call: +263718853808, +263772853808

Punctual, reliable, safe

https://wa.me/message/BPYKIG234Z55J1
Email: [email protected]
Call: +263718853808, +263772853808

15/03/2021
12/03/2021

Punctual, reliable, safe

https://wa.me/message/BPYKIG234Z55J1
Email: [email protected]
Call: +263718853808, +263772853808

Punctual, reliable, safe

https://wa.me/message/BPYKIG234Z55J1
Email: [email protected]
Call: +263718853808, +263772853808

16/12/2020

As you are travelling this festive season, plan the route to your holiday destination prior to traveling, and allow yourself enough time to reach the destination without rushing. Fambai kwakachena. Hambani kusakhanya. Stay safe. Don’t drink and drive!
#HolidayTravels #TravelSafe #EradicateHumanError #FambaiKwakachena #HambaniKusakhanya #DriveToArriveAlive

14/12/2020
14/12/2020

*Wet weather driving tips*

The advent of rain season has brought with it some bad weather in parts of the country. This means there will be a lot of wet roads out there meaning that tyres may only have half as much grip on the surface as on dry roads. A motorist needs to be aware that the conditions are different and must adapt their driving accordingly. They need to brake earlier, enter corners at slower speeds, and maintain focus on the road ahead at all times.


It is also important that motorist check that their windscreen wipers are working properly (front and back) and that their brakes are sound. Motorist should also check the condition of the tyres to avoid aquaplaning. Aquaplaning occurs where the tread on the tyre is no longer able to channel water away, and the tyre lifts off the road surface and starts to skim across the water like a speedboat.



Now is not the time to take any chances with safety. Crashes in wet conditions are common and everyone should heed the call to drive safely. Switch on your headlights maintain a good following distance from the car ahead of you and don’t speed. Important, always wear your safety belt and ensure all children and passengers are also strapped in.

Ensure your headlights and brakes are working.
Switch on your headlights, especially when natural light is low. Remember this also alerts other drivers to your presence on the road.
Ensure your windscreen and wipers are in good condition.
Check that your tyres are in good shape.
Don’t speed and maintain a safe following distance.
Buckle up.
Don’t cross low-lying bridges, even if you think your car can make.
Slow down before entering standing water on the road as this may cause the car to pull to the side without warning, and it may be deeper than it looks.
Avoid areas where there are known to be an adverse condition.
Adjust your speed condition of the road. Just because a road is marked at 120km, doesn’t mean it is safe to travel at this speed in all condition.
Concentrate on the road, not on anything else such as electronic devices.
If you are going to an area known to have bad weather, and there is a possibility you may to stuck for extended periods, remember to take extra blankets appropriate clothing and refreshments and ensure your tank has enough fuel for the journey.

Keep your cellphone charged in case of emergency.

21/09/2020
08/09/2020

Taxis services available 24/7
Call+263719853808 +263772853808, +263732853808, +263718853808

We accept all forms of payment

29/07/2020
25/06/2020

Which car goes last

29/05/2020

Dont get locked out, because of transport blues,,, call us we are available 24/7
0772853808
0718853808
0732853808

02/05/2020

After lock down please come through for your driving lessons

[04/22/20]   Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions. Follow advice provided by your local public health agency.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19:
Clean your hands often. Use soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand rub.
Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
Stay home if you feel unwell.
If you have a fever, a cough, and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention. Call in advance.
Follow the directions of your local health authority.
Avoiding unneeded visits to medical facilities allows healthcare systems to operate more effectively, therefore protecting you and others.

15/04/2020

5 Tips for driving in the rain

Rain may not seem all that dangerous to drive in, but in fact rain causes a large number of car accidents due to limited visibility, reduced roadway friction, and standing water. Follow these five tips for driving in heavy rain to keep you and your passengers as safe as possible.

1. Slow Down

The most important thing you can do to stay safe in inclement weather is to slow down. Rainy conditions create slick roads, increasing the amount of time it takes your car to come to a complete stop. Give yourself more following distance than you usually would, and adjust your speed so that you’ll have plenty of time to stop at traffic lights. Remember that the posted speed limit is for ideal driving conditions and isn’t always the right speed in the rain. If other cars are driving faster than you’re comfortable with, drive in the right lane so they can pass you safely.

2. Turn Your Lights On

It’s best practice to turn on your headlights any time you need to use your windshield wipers. In fact, it’s the law in some states! Rain makes it harder for other drivers to see your vehicle, especially if your car is a neutral color like silver or white. Turn on your headlights so that other drivers can see you and avoid a collision.

3. Avoid Hydroplaning

Hydroplaning is most common during the first few minutes of rainfall as the roads develop a slick layer of water and oil. If you wait a while before heading out, the rain will wash away the oil and other substances that got stirred up and the roads will become safer to drive on. However, you can still hydroplane if you’re driving too fast or you hit standing water. If you start hydroplaning, let off the gas and gently steer in the direction you want to go. Avoid jerking the steering wheel or hitting the brakes as these can cause you to lose control of the vehicle.

4. Don’t Drive Through Standing Water

It only takes a couple of inches of standing water to make your car lose control. Driving through standing water can not only cause you to hydroplane, but it can also cause damage to the engine and electrical components if water gets pushed up into your engine. Since it’s difficult to tell how deep standing water on the road is, and it only takes about a foot of water to sweep a car away, it’s recommended to never drive through water if you can’t see the painted markings on the road.

5. When in Doubt, Stay Off the Roads

If it’s raining so heavily that you can’t see clearly or you can’t safely handle your vehicle, pull over to a safe spot and wait for the worst of the storm to pass. If there is a risk of flash flooding, move to higher ground, leave your car, and find a safe place indoors. Never drive through flood waters, and never drive in conditions you don’t feel safe in.
Many drivers underestimate the dangers of driving in rain, leading to thousands of accidents every year. Remember these tips for driving in the rain and you’ll never be caught unprepared.

11/04/2020

Avoid the unnecessary hustle of having to avoid police stop check points. Come into our offices and get trained to become a licenced driver.

We are open Monday's to Friday's 8 am to 5pm and for the
convenience of those with busy week days and we also open on Saturdays and Sundays by prior bookings

WE can make available time to pick up on locations more convenient for you.

Give us a call on +263719853808, +263772853808, 263732853808
Landline 04-764256, 04764233
APP: +263785667529 / +263719853808

22/03/2020

What is Coronavirus?

Corona is a large group of viruses which can infect both humans and animals with cold-related diseases. The intensity of the infection ranges from common colds to acute respiratory syndrome.
However, the new strain of Coronavirus, called 2019-nCoV, is a novel virus to humans. So the information related to the disease, including symptoms and means of treatment is limited.
The CDC, in cooperation with WHO and international experts, are working to combat the virus.


Is there Treatment or Vaccine for Coronavirus?

There is currently no treatment beyond supportive medical care to relieve symptoms.

What are the Symptoms of the Coronavirus?

Coughing

Fever

Shortness of breath

Pneumonia

Vomiting

Diarrhea

In advanced cases, the patient can have serious complications that can result in death, such as:

Severe Pneumonia

Kidney Failure

How is the Coronavirus Transmitted?

Direct contact with infected patient

Droplets from patient’s coughing and sneezing

Contact with patient’s belongings followed by touching your nose or mouth

How to Protect Yourself from the Coronavirus

Avoid contact with others and wash your hands frequently

Maintain good hygiene habits at all times

Wear a face mask when dealing with infected persons

Use tissues when coughing or blowing nose

Wash and prepare food carefully

Exercise and proper sleep will bolster the immune system

12/03/2020
07/03/2020

Which car has the right of way?

Come into our offices and get trained to become a licenced driver and learn all the road rules and regulations

Give us a call on +263718853808,
+263772853808,
+263732853808
Landline 04-764256, 04764233

WHATSAPP: +263785667529 +263719853808

Remember to like our page https://www.facebook.com/info.alhindu.co.zw/?ref=bookmarks

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