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GreenRoad announces its attendance to upcoming events

GreenRoad has announced its attendance to a number of upcoming industry events to show fleet managers how to transform their driving culture, cut driver risk and reduce fuel consumption.

The GreenRoad 2012 Experience is a day designed for fleet leaders at Rockingham Motor Speedway in Northamptonshire on Tuesday 30th October.

Not only will GreenRoad provide a sneak preview of upcoming driver safety technologies, attendees will also have the opportunity to drive on the wet grip area, which simulates a range of weather conditions.

The day will be hosted by Adrian Walsh, director of RoadSafe and Driving for Better Business. He will also use the platform to announce a Prince Michael International Road Safety award winner at the event.

As well as a number of GreenRoad customer case studies, speakers confirmed include Martin Faulkner and Bill Bailey who will examine the Ministry of Defence’s unique experiences with in-vehicle technologies across a diverse fleet; specialist health and safety lawyer, Mike Appleby of Housemans; and GreenRoad ceo, Jim Heeger.

GreenRoad will also be exhibiting at Fleet Van Summit, Tuesday 18th September at Millbrook Proving Ground, Bedfordshire, and GreenRoad consultants, Brian Draper and Andy Cozens, will be demonstrating how to deliver cost savings and efficiencies in van fleets.

For the second year running, GreenRoad will be sponsoring the best practice stream on accident prevention at Fleet News Congress on Tuesday 16th October at the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon, Warwickshire.

Andy Cozens will be speaking alongside a key industry leader and GreenRoad customer about how to maximise driver performance.

Finally, the third in the series of TFL FORS workshops sponsored by GreenRoad will be held on 3rd October 2012. Focusing on work-related road safety, the guest speaker will be Ray Jervis, senior driver trainer (UK & Ireland) at Iron Mountain.

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