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PHH Announces Comprehensive National Partner For Driver Safety Training in Canada

June 3, 2003

As the latest enhancement to its comprehensive accident and risk management program, PHH Arval announced June 3 that it is partnering with The Advanced Driving Consultants, Inc., a Toronto-based provider of driver safety training. PHH says it introduces this driver safety program to help its clients reduce their accident rates by focusing on driver behavior behind the wheel.PHH says its alliance with ADC came as a result of a PHH-sponsored safety symposium for its fleet management clients. The event focused on driver safety, and clients in PHH’s safety advisory committee helped to select the ADC as PHH’s driver training provider.According to the company, the Advanced Driving Consultants offers the most comprehensive program in Canada, including integrated training from CD ROM to three levels of behind-the-wheel training. The company provides customization where required and offers Web based sign up, class scheduling, and reminder notification. For more information, visit ADC’s website at www.advanced-driving.com.Bruce Lindsay, PHH vice president, said, “PHH was looking for an organization to represent us and our clients in the most professional manner using the latest technology. We found that company in ADC, which ensures that training is conducted professionally and consistently every time.”PHH is a provider of comprehensive vehicle accident services, which include everything from safety programs and policies through fleet accident reporting, 7x24 assistance centers, collision repair management, subrogation recovery services, and integrated Internet-based information management.
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