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New road safety division for driver training group

Driver and rider training organisation the TTC Group has formed a new road safety education division.

TTC Road Safety Services, of Hadley Park, Telford, has been formed through a merger of TTC’s existing Managed Road Safety Solutions  and TTC Automotive.

Corporate driver training tailored to companies requirements continue with TTC Road Safety Services offering advice and policy support to businesses on all aspects of managing work related journeys as well as theory and practical driver training on speed management, defensive driving, eco driving, and drink and drug driving.

TTC Road Safety Services directors Nick Lloyd and Adrian Hide are specialists in road safety education and training.

Together they have 43 years’ experience in road safety and have both managed local authority road safety teams and pioneered a number of successful nationwide road safety education schemes.

“We are merging the two divisions into TTC Road Safety Services to further enhance the services we offer on all aspects of corporate driver and rider training including managing occupational road risk,” said Lloyd.

“We also work with local authorities to assist them in providing road safety education.”

TTC  Road Safety Services has just completed a practical pedestrian training scheme where 3,000 children in Stoke received vital life skill training.

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