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IAM Drive & Survive voted ‘Driver Training Company of the Year’

This years GreenFleet Awards celebrates those manufacturers and fleet managers who have taken on the challenge to combat climate change with pioneering ways to reduce the carbon output of their fleet.

Simon Elstow, IAM Drive & Survive Head of Training and Field Operations said: “We are really excited to have received this award. As a company we are proud of our eco-friendly credentials, which are always underlined by our dedication to road safety.

“Our ecolution product has been proven to improve fuel consumption by up to 25% and subsequently leads to significant vehicle emission reductions. Not only this but driving with our easy methods in mind can help reduce driver stress levels, improve driver attitude, increase the safety of both drivers and passengers, and ultimately increase fleet operational efficiency.”

Everybody hates being snarled up in traffic, with recent research findings suggesting higher levels of stress in drivers than those who commute by public transport. Eco-driver training includes techniques such as maintaining momentum, backing-off from queues of traffic earlier, and looking ahead to plan your strategy.  

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