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Drive and Survive to provide training to LFC Insurance premium holders

Drive and Survive has joined with the LFC Insurance Group to provide online driver coaching and development for the insurance broker’s fleet clients.

The professional training division of the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists), Drive and Survive leads more than 35,000 drivers through risk management programmes each year.

Its programme determines a driver’s risk rating through an online assessment, which then establishes what further training is required, from e-learning to on-road training.

“Through partnerships with commercial insurance brokers like LFC Insurance, and supported by forward-thinking underwriters, Drive and Survive can provide risk management solutions to fleets included within their insurance premiums, which can help to both reduce fleet costs and fulfil duty of care obligations of employers in this challenging economic climate,” said Drive and Survive managing director, Seb Goldin.

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