NTSA curriculum for training and testing of drivers and instructors [PDF]
Road accidents kill an average 3,000 people in Kenya every year. This is among
the highest prevalence rates in the world. More than twice this number suffer
long-life injuries, hence this has had a great impact on the country’s economy,
as statistics show that most of those injured or killed are in the productive bracket
(ages 15 to 44).
For this reason we are taking the issue of road safety very seriously. This is
especially so because over 80% of these accidents result from human error. This
calls for provision of sufficient education and skills to enable our drivers use and
follow rules and regulation governing roads safely to minimise road accidents.