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ADTS Launches Web-Based Driver Safety Testing

April 19, 2005

TROOPER, PA — Advanced Driver Training Services, Inc. (ADTS) announced on April 11 that it has launched a new Web-based driver safety testing application, designed to help organizations keep their business drivers safer and reduce their vehicle crash rate. The new package combines ADTS’ bimonthly OnRoads driver safety magazine with online testing, enabling organizations to efficiently test business drivers on key safety concepts, measure retention, and reduce liability exposure. Six times a year, employees receive an OnRoads magazine issue with practical driver safety strategies, along with Web-based access to a test covering the issue’s content. For each incorrect answer on the test, the driver is linked to the OnRoads passage with the correct answer. Administrators can track which drivers have taken the test, their scores, and other data, using our SCORM-compliant online reporting and learning management system (LMS). Two product options are available: an electronic version that delivers both the OnRoads issue and the test via the Internet, or a hard copy version that combines a hard copy subscription to OnRoads with Web-based access to the test. OnRoads with online testing is the newest addition to the full line of ADTS driver safety solutions, which includes a full-day Driver Skill Enhancement program (combining classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction), one-to-one training for high-risk drivers, special topic seminars, post-incident coaching and other consulting services, and computer-based training (CBT) via CD-ROM or the Web. To view a sample OnRoads magazine issue or online test, visit For more details, contact ADTS at (800) 486-2387 or
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