Newark, Delaware, October 09, 2018—Driving Dynamics Inc., a provider of driver and safety training for fleet-based organizations throughout North America announced today the rollout of DriveInsight Advantage (DriveInsight). Offered to the U.S. and Canadian markets, it is the latest course under the company’s DriverAdvantage behind-the-wheel brand for individuals who operate light-to-medium duty vehicles
DriveInsight is an on-road behavior and skills coaching service designed to help drivers acknowledge, address and correct poor driving habits, risky behaviors and diminished skills.
In advance of the hands-on coaching session learners are required to complete three online assignments: the company’s One Second Advantage e-learning lesson, which provides an overview of fundamental driver safety skills and techniques along with a driver behavioral risk assessment and a safety skills self-assessment.
Prepared with the results of these assignments, the Driving Dynamics’ certified coach will conduct a two-to-one, driver-to-coach personalized session centered on the specific needs of each learner. With the coach’s guidance, learners complete an “acknowledging influencing factors” exercise and a personal awareness and action plan. During the in-vehicle portion two learners rotate driving responsibilities under the direction of the coach, with all three completing an on-road observation card.
Using the information gathered, the coach submits a final observation summary report and makes it, along with other supporting documents, available electronically to the driver and his or her designated employer management personnel.
”We recognized the need in the marketplace for a course such as this. For fleets looking for a high quality, holistic end-to-end driver safety solution this type of coaching is an essential part of the service mix,” said Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics president and CEO. ”Driving Dynamics has always been a proponent of both skills and behavior-based training—they go hand in hand. Drivers need advanced driving skills but also to understand how their behavior influences the choices they make and ultimately their driving ability.”
Also through DriveGlobal Advantage, a related Driving Dynamics service, fleets which have a global footprint and want to provide a managed international standard and a similar and consistent coaching experience, regardless of country or language, Driving Dynamics will facilitate access to DriveTech International’s training partner network. This international network currently has a reach that extends to more than 90 countries and is available in more than 30 languages. In 2017 Driving Dynamics formed an alliance with UK-based DriveTech International to be a global network partner and for reseller rights in North America.
Driving Dynamics is showcasing its DriveInsight service at booth #12 during the 2018 NETS Annual Strength in Numbers Conference on October 10 and 11 in Frisco, Texas and at the Fleet Safety Conference, October 29 and 31 in Henderson, Nevada.