Online Driver Training- an Overview

February 11, 2013 at 5:56 am | Posted in Online Driver Training | Leave a comment
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Significance and need of professional training for your fleet drivers can be estimated and understood by having a look at the soaring number of casualties reported in road accidents every year. When driving, the drivers’ focus should be only on the task at hand that is to drive safely. However, due to distractions (both inside the vehicle and outside it), drowsiness, emotions and aggressive driving, and other reasons, it is possible for the drivers to lose control over the vehicle and invite mishaps. Thanks to Online Driver Training courses, such as those available at Drive Fleet, you can now enroll your fleet drivers in these courses and help them be more proactive and alert when sitting behind the wheel.

Of course, as a fleet manager, you want your drivers to understand the seriousness of their role in ensuring safety. You also want them to know that it is their responsibility and duty to protect lives (of their own and all those inside the vehicle as well as those they share the road with) by driving in a sensible and proactive manner. Furthermore, they should strive to keep the costs for the company under control, reduce liabilities, and protect reputations.

Only a responsible, disciplined driver can maintain focus when emotions, drowsiness and distractions are present. The online driver training courses available at Drivefleet are designed to help your drivers be more alert and responsible when they sit behind the wheel. The training covers important aspects of safe driving including Vehicle policy testing, emotions and aggressive driving training, EcoDriving training, defensive driving practices, and so forth. As part of vehicle policy testing, it will be ensured that your drivers understand your vehicle policy and strictly adhere to it. To have a better idea of the courses available online, please visit their website.

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