Help Your Commercial Drivers Avoid Distractions and Be Proactive Behind the Wheel

March 15, 2013 at 4:11 am | Posted in Vehicle policy | Leave a comment
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Every fleet manager knows that lives, costs and reputations are at stake when their commercial fleet drivers sit behind the wheel of a commercial vehicle. In the wake of the fact that of all the accidents reported on the roads of America every year, many are caused because of distractions on part of the drivers. Because of this, it is important for you to consider enrolling your commercial fleet drivers in advanced driver training courses available today such as those at Drivefleet.

Fleet safety management can be accomplished much more easily if your commercial drivers are trained on how to avoid distractions when driving a commercial vehicle. As part of the training course, your commercial drivers will learn about how to overcome distractions, drowsiness and other issues when sitting behind the wheel. Your drivers can also understand your vehicle policy thoroughly, so there’s no confusion or misunderstandings. They will also learn about better speed management, right-of-way, and other important aspects of safe and proactive driving like defensive driving, aggression and emotions, and so forth.

When your fleet drivers become proactive drivers, fleet safety management is easier and more sustainable. Since the Drivefleet courses are web-based, online courses, your drivers can take the courses when it is convenient for them. Visit Drivefleet at for more information about the various online advanced driver training courses they offer.


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