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AutoManagement bridges gap

ACCIDENT management specialist AutoManagement has added a driver training service to its product portfolio. The Peterborough-based company aims to bridge the gap between accident management and prevention, and is currently conducting trials with two driver training organisations before it nominates a preferred supplier.

AutoManagement pledges that if a driver is involved in a preventable accident after driver training, he will receive a free half-day, one-to-one lesson. The driver training is offered in three levels - bronze provides three to four hours of practical training and an individual risk profile and report; silver adds a driver development workshop; and gold adds further practical training.

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