You are behind the wheel. It is early. You are tired and you are driving to work. The moment you get behind the wheel you are responsible for your life and everyone else on the road that day. Your employees are in the same boat... car. They need the proper training to teach them how to drive defensively


We have a training filled with 9 short lessons that explores the dangers of the two leading causes for accidents: drunk or impaired driving and distracted driving. These courses explores the effects of drugs and alcohol on the body and how it affects your ability to drive.


The videos offers suggestions on how to avoid distractions, such as manual distraction (drinking a soda), visual distractions, and cognitive distractions (talking on the phone). All different types of driving distractions put people at risk. Driving with a pet in a car, insects getting in, and parents tending to children are all other dangers that drivers need to consider while trying to focus on the road. Multi-tasking while driving can be potentially dangerous. The training also offers suggestions on how to avoid distractions, and explains why driving under the influence must be avoided.


Keep your employees safe and properly trained on defensive driving safety today. 


9 Short Lessons on How to Drive Defensively