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Risk message gets across

DRIVE & Survive is targeting risk management firms as a means of bringing their training message to fleets following the creation of a partnership with Aon Risk Services which has given it a potential target market of more than one million drivers. Aon Risk Services has chosen Drive & Survive as its preferred supplier of driver training, it was announced at the Fleet Show.

A spokesman for Drive & Survive, which has won the contract from BSM, said: 'Partnerships with companies like Aon, which is in so many areas of the fleet and risk management market, gives us the potential to train a huge number of drivers.' Adam Reed, project director at Aon Risk Services, said: 'We will be using Drive & Survive for our own fleet of 800 vehicles and those of our clients which number more than one million vehicles.

'We know of companies that have used standard driver training and it hasn't worked, but we need to go back to them with inducements this contract offers like reduced accident severity and frequency and improved fuel economy.'

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