THE DRIVING DOCTOR® WINS IMPORTANT FLEET SAFETY BUSINESSCAR TECHIES AWARD FOR RISK MANAGEMENT
The Driving Doctor®, developers of the most advanced driver behaviour feedback and coaching software platform, has gained a prestigious award from the leading fleet vehicle magazine, BusinessCar. This latest honour follows closely on the heels of the 2018 Fleet Safety Product Award presented to the company by the road safety charity BRAKE.
The BusinessCar Techies Award was presented to The Driving Doctor® for the company’s unique risk management and interactive driver coaching software, designed to reduce accidents and bad driving behaviour as well as reducing fleet costs. The product was developed by the driving guru Paul Ripley, who has more than 40 years of experience of advanced driver training.
The Driving Doctor®’s approach to driver behaviour is through an industry unique methodology coaching proposition, which ensures less speeding and harsh and late braking events, all of which consume energy and inflate costs. Drivers are coached to adopt more progressive braking and moderate speed control which combine to enhance safety, reduce fuel consumption, thereby saving money and reducing the possibility of an accident.
Paul Ripley, The Driving Doctor®’s CEO said, “We are absolutely delighted and proud to have gained this prestigious award from the team at BusinessCar magazine. We believe that it reinforces the creation of our safer driving product, which utilises a vehicle’s telematics data and combines this to deliver good and safe driving practice through digital channels and direct to the driver.”
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About The Driving Doctor®
Designed for vehicle fleets, insurers, vehicle leasing companies, telematics service providers and OEMs, The Driving Doctor’s® revolutionary software platform transforms raw telematics data into proactive and targeted coaching messages, support programmes and remedial campaigns, all delivered online direct to the driver.
For further information, please visit www.thedrivingdoctor.org