Driver & Safety Training

A comprehensive selection of behind-the-wheel, online, simulator and classroom driver and safety training proven to reduce fleet crash rates for drivers that operate passenger-to-heavy-duty vehicles.

Fleet Risk Management

Reduce the administrative burden associated with managing motor vehicle records (MVRs)—freeing you to focus on what's most important—identifying and managing driver risk.

CDL Preparation Training

Professional truck drivers are in demand. We provide expert hands-on training, in the classroom and behind the wheel, to prepare you to get your Class A commercial driver’s license.

Since 1987, Driving Dynamics is a leading provider of advanced performance driver safety training and fleet risk management services.

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Open Enrollment Behind-the-Wheel Training

Open course for fleet drivers that operate passenger vehicle to mid-sized boxed trucks. Classes offered at more than 200 sites in North America. 

  • Low Instructor-to-Student Ratio  
  • Sophisticated Instructional Design
  • Technology-Enabled Mobile Classrooms
  • Patented Controlled Slide Car

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Center for Transportation Safety

Our commercial transportation business offers in-class, on-road and simulation training to qualify individuals for their commercial drivers’ licenses and provide special and refresher training to current CDL holders.


DrivActiv™ eLearning Libraries

Award-winning driver safety lessons and micro learning for drivers of light-to-heavy-duty vehicles. More than 70 mobile-ready lessons, SCORM compliant, Multiple lesson libraries are available in U.S. English, American Spanish and Canadian French.


DriverAdvantage™ BTW Classes

A variety of behind-the-wheel courses for drivers of passenger vehicles to mid-sized trucks includes: open enrollment and employer-dedicated programs, behavioral and skills coaching course, specialty vehicle training, high risk classes and more. 

Many Drivers are Unprepared for Current Vehicle Safety Technology

"Many fleets today are spending more money on safety technology, but getting poorer results. One key part of the solution is appropriate driver training that teaches drivers to manage and coordinate with the safety technology that’s in the vehicle - so that they are prepared for what the vehicle is going to do." ~ Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics  president and CEO

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