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AlertDriving Announces It Will Be Showcasing their New Motorized Two Wheeler Training at the NSC Congress & Expo

TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AlertDriving is pleased to announce that the launch of global Motorized Two Wheeler training will be at the NSC Congress & Expo in Orlando October 22-24. This new three module training package has been created specifically for drivers of two wheeler vehicles. It has been designed to reduce the risk of these drivers and provide clients with a more diverse set of training modules for their global fleet.

Comprised of three modules, the web-based training solution will be launched to 30 different countries in 37 different languages over the next six months, beginning with the first module, entitled ‘The Defensive Rider’. This module will set the foundation for the training package; ensuring drivers understand the fundamental safety requirements for operating a motorized, two wheeler and life saving defensive driving techniques. The subsequent two training modules will emphasize ‘Proper Scanning & Crash Avoidance’ and ‘Avoiding Collisions at Intersections & Failure to Give Way.’

“AlertDriving continues to add to our comprehensive set of training solutions for our global clients and their fleet of drivers,” said Rob Martin – Vice President, Sales. Each country version contains fully localized content and video, ensuring cultural relevancy and creating an authentic user experience.

This latest module release adds to AlertDriving's global courseware inventory of more than 1,700 different modules, spanning 55 countries.

Established in 1998, AlertDriving pioneered web-based driver risk management and has trained over 1,000,000 drivers worldwide, providing driver safety training to more countries and in more languages than anyone in the world. The company’s fully customizable, driver risk management platform, called FleetDefenseSM, has helped clients significantly reduce their collisions, injuries, costs and liability exposure.

Carla Filies, 416-750-0210

Source: AlertDriving