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Vauxhall slashes £750 off £1,000 BSM Fleet driver training package

VAUXHALL is revitalising its fleet driver training initiative provided in conjunction with BSM Fleet Training, offering customers a £750 reduction on the usual £1,000 price of the package. For a limited period, the manufacturer is offering individual driver evaluation for two decision-makers within a company for £250 and the choice of a company safety audit or fleet safety seminar for up to 10 people.

Vauxhall and BSM Fleet Training have worked together before - in 1995 and 1996 - in what was known as the Business Partner Programme, offering free driver instruction once a company had taken delivery of a Vauxhall car. They have now re-worked the scheme, known as 'Why Gamble?'

Keith Michaels, Vauxhall's fleet marketing manager, said: 'Driver training is widely recognised as one of the most direct ways to reduce the risk of accidents and make real savings on total fleet costs.' Companies taking up the training, Vauxhall says, report savings of around 50% in accident rates and a decreased average cost per accident.

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