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March 2012, Government Fleet - Feature

New Ways to Bolster Fleet Safety

A City of Mobile, Ala. driver goes through driver training as part of the City's safety program.

By Shelley Mika

Driver safety programs are integral to a well-run fleet, but sometimes the traditional means only go so far. From driver training to incident recording, fleets discuss the successes and challenges of their safety programs.

Tags: Driver Safety, Driver Training, Cell Phone Use

May 2008, Government Fleet - Feature

University of Minnesota Reduces Insurance Costs and Accidents

Bill Roberts (left), associate director of parking and transportation for the University of Minnesota poses with University President Bob Bruininks. Since 2002, the university has trained 4,000 drivers of its 15-passenger vans via a two-hour mandatory training class.

By Shelley Mika

Mandatory driver training and license checks led to dramatically lower insurance costs, reducing the annual liability premium by $240,000. Fleets of all kinds may take a cue from the U of M.

Tags: Insurance, Driver Training, University Fleets

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