Fleet managers looking for training that benefits drivers of all skill levels can turn to online defensive driving courses to provide high-quality, effective driver training to their fleet. Online courses give managers a variety of options so they can choose the training that best meets their needs, including instructor-led virtual courses, self-paced eLearning courses, and online assessments.
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Fleet managers face many challenges, but choosing the right fleet driver training program should not rank among them. Advances in today’s training programs allow managers to more easily find the specific type of training that best suits their needs.
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As vehicles become more sophisticated with advanced driver assist systems (ADAS), drivers are falling further behind in understanding how these systems perform, or even worse, have ill-conceived notions of how these systems function. In hindsight it seems, the better the technology becomes; the worse drivers get. However, we can’t be that surprised knowing how little training most individuals have received on this topic. Safety researchers continue to issue warnings about the lack of training and because of this, repeatedly emphasize how ADAS will never live up to its full potential.
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A talented fleet training provider that improves drivers’ productivity, lowers the number of crashes and improves risk management results is key to success for commercial fleets. Unfortunately, many fleet operators, when experiencing declining results or just minor improvements, believe their options are limited and choose to do nothing.
The good news is that making the switch is not difficult if companies know what to look for in a quality fleet training provider. The following list includes some of the qualities of the best fleet training providers. Look for those that meet these criteria. It can make both your fleet and the nation’s road that much safer.