Projected cost savings are provided for three different programmes, based on the most popular Driving Services courses - theory only, a half day programme with a short briefing and a full day with a theory session. The programme projects costs savings, claims costs per vehicle, insurance costs and indicates the cost of the training.
Doug Jenkins, managing director of Driving Services, said: 'We have often been asked for a projection of the savings and the cost of the training. Now potential clients can have all of those answers at the touch of a button. 'The projections are based on actual results from each training option and I believe it is the only such programme on the market that calculates the savings using three separate options. It has been market tested and proved very realistic and reliable.'
For a typical 100-strong car fleet with 65 accident claims a year with an average cost of £1,100, a £14,500 investment in a full day training programme for drivers would cut accident costs by £60,000 according to Driving Services, a 400% return on the investment. For the same fleet investing in a half-day programme, the savings are £29,750 and a theory-only programme saves £16,625.