Junior Driving School and Junior Micro Finance director
Noah Marima with his wife
05 Feb 2017 - Driven by their motto, Be your own driver, don't let others drive you, Junior Driving School continues to spread its wings across the province, this time by opening a new branch in Ngundu.
The Ngundu office opened its doors on February 1, 2017 and is located at 40 Maps building near Marufu Hardware.
In Ngundu, Junior Driving School will be offering class one and class two lessons at US$4 and US$8 per lesson respectively.
Junior Driving School director, Noah Marima said their vision is to be the biggest driving school in the southern region hence the continuous expansion.
"We have opened a branch in Ngundu to bring convenience to the people there. We want to make sure that people become their own drivers.
"With the popularity of the automatic vehicles, there is a rise in the number of unlicensed drivers. This should be no problem because here at Junior Driving School, we make sure that those who enrol with us get licences," said Marima.
He said prospective drivers in Ngundu, just like those in all other districts being serviced by the driving school, will enjoy the convenience of making payments by cash, EcoCash, bank transfers and POS machines.
"Those who will have enrolled with us in Ngundu, will have to come to Masvingo for familiarisation with the city as well as the VID tests. Accommodation will be provided for free by Junior Driving School," said Marima.
Class one lessons, at the moment, are only available at Junior Driving School's Masvingo office at US$18 per lesson.news