Safety & Accident

Drivers Ed Ordered for City of Winnipeg fleet

November 15, 2007

WINNIPEG – A city committee is calling for more training for people behind the wheel of city vehicles in Winnipeg. Politicians have discovered that drivers of city vehicles are way over the industry average when it comes to accidents, according to http://www.cbc.ca.com.

More than 400 collisions took place last year involving the city’s 1,500 vehicles. It’s not clear who was at fault in all of the accidents, but the city’s civic committee ordered fleet-service managers to devise a way to provide training to drivers.

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