Pa. County Sending Fleet Drivers to Training

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Westmoreland County, Pa., is sending more than 600 workers eligible to operate county vehicles to classroom and on-the-road instruction. The classes are part of a stricter driver policy approved in an effort to reduce minor collisions that have resulted in thousands in repair costs for its 161-vehicle fleet, Trib Live reported.

Law enforcement officers will get classroom and behind-the-wheel training, while all other workers will get classroom training.

Related: Pa. County Creates Stricter Driver Policies

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