Consider Van Driver Training for Your Drivers

August 30, 2012 at 7:11 am | Posted in Corporate Driver Training | Leave a comment
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As a fleet manager, it is your responsibility to ensure your cargo/ passenger van drivers are skilled enough to do full justice to their job. And these skills go far beyond just knowing how to drive the vehicle. Hence, van driver training is required for your drivers to help them become better, more responsible and capable van drivers.

Typically, commercial cargo van drivers have many responsibilities and obligations. A driver is responsible to himself, to his passengers, and others he shares the road with (e.g. other drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, etc.). At the same time, he has to maintain his employers reputation while protecting the vehicle and cargo. In other words, when driving a motor vehicle, your fleet driver is responsible for the well-being of others and the vehicle. While driving a commercial vehicle, reputations, costs and most importantly, lives are at stake.

The many benefits of commercial driver training courses

Corporate Driver Training courses offered by Drivefleet are designed to help commercial drivers acquire important skills and knowledge that will help them drive safely and more responsibly. As part of the training, they are taught to become proactive drivers who act in advance to deal with dangerous situations before they occur, and adopt necessary measures to counter them. They inspect the vehicle for signs of possible damage, loose parts or leaks. In short, they understand the essence of good driving and become a true asset for their employer. So, why not have a comprehensive training program in place for your drivers? Visit http://www.drivefleet.com for more information.

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