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Driving Dynamics Builds on its Relationship With DriveTech International to Reduce Driving Risk in North America

Newark, Delaware, October 10, 2017

Driving Dynamics Inc., a provider of advanced performance driver safety training for fleet-based organizations is excited to announce it has signed an agreement with DriveTech International (DriveTech) to join its global training partner network and for reseller rights in North America.

DriveTech is the global driver safety management arm of Great Britain’s Automobile Association with a presence in over 95 countries and offering training solutions in 35 languages. Under this agreement, Driving Dynamics will add DriveTech’s driver safety and risk management solutions to its portfolio of services. This initiative, which includes a program of behavior-based assessments, e-learning and on-the-road coaching has been two years in development and tested by Driving Dynamics under a pilot program.

“We are excited to build upon our established relationship with Driving Dynamics in order to expand the delivery of our global driver safety management solutions in North America. Too many people driving for work are being killed and injured every day. That’s why we are working with Driving Dynamics to improve driver safety and reduce the costs of running fleet operations significantly. By working together with partners in over 95 countries, we are successfully supporting global blue chip clients to reduce the driving risk for their employees throughout the world,” said Dr. Nigel Pratten, DriveTech’s director of product solutions and training.

Under its DrivActiv™ digital services brand, Driving Dynamics will now offer scientifically-proven online psychometric assessment tools developed at Cranfield University, a globally renowned academic institution, and based on 30 years of research into driver behavior. Included in this online suite of services are driver behavioral risk assessments and driver self assessments. International driver perceives his or her performance behind the wheel. 

Assessments can be used by fleet operators as a standalone tool or as part of a comprehensive program where both assessments are assigned as a prerequisite to on-road coaching and used by the Driving Dynamics instructor to target interventions at specific driver behaviors. Upon completion of the half-day on-road session, the coach instructor debriefs with the learner(s) and completes a 50-question evaluation immediately available online to the driver and their company.

“This alliance underlines Driving Dynamics commitment to be the driver safety training provider of choice for fleet companies, fleet operators and strategic service partners by offering the breadth and scope of the highest quality services,” said Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics, president and CEO.

For more information about the Driving Dynamics-DriveTech alliance, DrivActiv online assessment tools and Driving Dynamics’ On-Road Coaching service contact Driving Dynamics or stop by their booth on October 11 during the NETS conference in Charlottesville, Virginia.

About DriveTech
DriveTech, part of the AA, is the world leader in fleet risk and safety management, and driver training. The company is also the UK’s largest provider of driver offender retraining courses. With 25 years of successful experience, DriveTech offers fleet consultancy, driver assessment and training services in over 95 countries and in 35 languages through over 40 partners. These products and services improve driver safety, reduce fleet running costs and ensure compliance with legal obligations and duty of care responsibilities.For more information visit www.drivetech.co.uk  

Corey Gallagher, Media Contact

Written by Corey Gallagher, Media Contact

Please contact Corey for editorial or speaker requests.

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