Government Fleet Top News

The Number Two Cause of Death of Firefighters Is Auto Accidents

June 6, 2006

CINCINATTI – Drive Train Systems, a division of parent company Drive Train Industries, has released its video-based air brake training solutions. These training systems have been developed to train operators on how to safely drive air brake-equipped fire apparatus. Since the number two cause of death of firefighters is auto accidents, according to the company, this system is an affordable way to educate operators on air brake systems. One of the key benefits of this type of training is that not all drivers have to complete the course at the same time. The courses are broken out into four distinct categories. The training system is a comprehensive package that will provide the initial information and then test drivers on retention. Operators are given a test at the end of each category. Those who successfully pass all of the tests are given a certificate that can be carried in the wallet. Licensing and availability Drive Train Systems video training is now available at an MSRP of $399 per kit with volume discounts available. For more information, please visit www.drivetrainsystems.com/.

Comment On This Story

Name:  
Email:  
Comment: (Maximum 10000 characters)  
Leave this field empty:
* Please note that every comment is moderated.

FleetFAQ

Fleet Management And Leasing

Jack Firriolo from Merchants will answer your questions and challenges

View All

 

Public Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Amin Amini from Verizon will answer your questions and challenges

View All

 

Fuel Management

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX will answer your questions and challenges

View All

 

Recent Topics

I am requesting feedback on how often you replace street sweepers? Also, when you surplus the old sweeper, what has brought you the...

View Topic

would anyone be willing to share there salary ranges for equip tech I thru III, and a welder salary range also

View Topic

Fleet Documents

1114 Fleet Documents (and counting) to Download!

Sponsored by

Adding non-original equipment to a vehicle to change its operational capabilities.

Read more