DriveTech is launching a new electronic checking service, e-Check, which allows forms to be completed online with an e-signature, reducing time and admin.
The AA Trust has launched Drive Electric, a free of charge electric vehicle (EV) training course.
DriveTech, part of the AA, has made two new appointments to its senior leadership team to further strengthen the business.
DriveTech has made a number of recent appointments to drive growth in its corporate fleet business following increased demand for its fleet and driver risk management solutions.
AA DriveTech is to share the results of brand new research it has commissioned on younger at-work drivers, typically under 30 years of age at Fleet Management Live in October.
More drivers, riders and pedal cyclists have on average been killed while commuting than when driving for work, according to new AA Drivetech research.
Analysis of 1,900 on-road coaching sessions shows substantial fuel savings when incorporating eco techniques into standard driver training courses.
AA Drivetech suggested that fleet managers should consider the risk of all staff who drive as part of their road risk policy, including commuters.
Companies are being urged to consider the risks that employees face while driving to and from work, as a result of new research commissioned by AA DriveTech.
The Energy Saving Trust and AA DriveTech have teamed up to build eco driving techniques into AA DriveTech’s core driver training courses.
An analysis of 1.4 million accidents has revealed where and when at-work drivers are at most risk of collisions, compared with other motorists.
Lancashire based fleet management supplier KeyFleet has agreed an exclusive supplier arrangement with the AA.
AA DriveTech and BORDA (British Off-Road Driving Association) have joined forces to create a new federation to establish new Codes of Conduct in the delivery of off-road training.
A deal has been struck to sell the AA for more than £930 million with its new owners announcing plans to float the company on the London Stock Exchange.
AA DriveTech is launching a range of experiences for businesses looking to improve driver safety.
The majority (81%) of drivers do not know that the speed limit for lorries on single carriageway roads is 40mph, increasing the risk of road rage and accidents, warns AA DriveTech.
The AA has acquired Dutch-based VVCR of Rijssen, Holland, as its first step into the international road risk management marketplace.
Compacted snow and ice is the most feared weather condition for UK drivers, reveals the AA in advance of Road Safety Week, ahead of night-time fog, dazzling sunlight and strong wind.
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