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Driving Dynamics Wins Publication Awards

July 01, 2014 - Press Release

Driving Dynamics Inc. has been selected as a 2014 recipient of three Apex Awards as part of the Awards for Publication Excellence competition for its online driver training, e-newsletter, and safety tip videos.

Driving Dynamics was honored with a Grand Award in the Electronic Media category for "The Actions You Take," a behavior-based aggressive driving e-lesson and two awards, including the "The Best of the Driver Advantage" e-newsletter in the Electronic Publications category and its Safety Tip Video library in the Education and Training Writing category.

"The Driving Dynamics team is very proud to have the effort and care that goes into the development of all of our safe driving services recognized in such a special way and to be one of only 100 Grand Award recipients selected from among the 2,100 entries received," said Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics president.

The training provides "content is informative, but avoids the 'kiss of death,'" according to judges. "It does not condescend to the viewer ... This video candidly presents real life driving scenarios in a matter-of-fact, non-judgmental way."

Judges also said, "A lot of planning went into this educational video—one aimed at getting drivers to recognize, and change, their bad behavior. No easy feat, but this is a thoroughly researched and crisply scripted video, with excellent sequencing and an inviting look and feel that gets viewers involved."

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