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Massive demand for instructors

THE threat of higher insurance premiums will prove the catalyst to prompt fleet managers to look more favourably on what driver training and risk management organisations have to offer. Some are already experiencing an upsurge in interest.

Drive & Survive has signed up household names such as Courts Furnishings and BASF to driver training schemes. Drive & Survive says its 100 dedicated trainers are working flat-out to meet the demand for courses. In another proactive development Lease Plan has enhanced its accident management programme in conjunction with driver-training company Peak Performance Management, which replaces DriveTech as Lease Plan's provider.

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