Driver Education for not just passing a test but for safe and economical driving practices for life
Driver Refresher Awareness
Have your driving assessed by a qualified Driving Trainer who can give you feedback on your driving techniques and behaviour
Fleet & Corporate Drivers
We can offer courses to suit the needs of an organisation or an individual.
What We Do
We can offer courses to suit the needs of an organisation or an individual. A lecture can be structured with the aim of reducing the number of incidents that happen to the vehicle. This will reduce insurance costs and any on-going operational costs of the vehicle.
We can offer a one-on-one refresher/defensive driving program with an aim to reduce incidents and ongoing costs.
The idea of this refresher/re-education or defensive driving program is to make the driver aware of their faults, change behaviours and attitudes towards driving, and show the dangers of everyday driving.
We understand that driving a vehicle that has the company name and phone displayed on the side can promote either a good or a poor company image. Providing drivers with information can help promote a good and positive corporate representation
We offer a talk /lecture for a minimum of 2 hours with a group of up to 10 to 15 drivers.
Points that we focus on
Fatigue and it’s effect on drivers – solutions
Basic road rules
Why crashes occur – poor driver behaviour
Reducing on-going costs
Driving to suit the conditions of the road environment
Displaying the corporate image
Cost of operating a vehicle
A one-on-one session in the vehicle allows the Instructor to assess driver's ability, behaviour and attitude, their compliance with road rules and their economical use of the motor vehicle. This feedback to the driver is done in a non-aggressive but constructive way to allow the driver to alter their style and be a safer driver.
This feedback targets:
Observation and planning skills
Defensive and economical driving practises
Road rule compliance
Stress free driving style
Crash and incident avoidance
Hazard perception and early risk analysis
Surviving the drive
Driving with everybody on the road
Self analysis of our own driving – we really aren’t that perfect