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Business Driver and eDriving’s multi-national partnership expands to North and South America

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Business Driver and eDriving's partnership will provide risk assessment,telematics and driver training solutions to North and South America.

The collaboration will see eDrivings validated risk management and online training solutions alongside Business Driver's driver training programmes delivered to new clients in the USA, in addition to the 75 countries already using its services.

The partnership ensures that the anticipated demand for driver training across new and existing clients can be accommodated securely and reliably.

Global clients operating in South and Central America will benefit from trainers, fluent in local languages and conversant in local traffic laws.

Business Driver’s chief executive Seb Goldin (pictured) said: “It only made sense to expand our partnership with the largest global provider of online driver training and risk management solutions.

“EDriving has been a trusted partner in Europe and the Far East for several years, and we look forward to continued success as partners serving the fleet community throughout North and South America.”

EDriving Fleet’s executive vice president Ed Dubens said: “We are delighted to announce the extension of our partnership which will provide more clients with access to comprehensive and proven solutions to empower smarter, more reliable, more deliberate drivers globally."

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