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PHH Announces National Partner for Driver Safety Training in Canada

June 23, 2003

As the latest enhancement to its accident and risk management program, PHH Arval announced it is partnering with the Advanced Driving Consultants, Inc. (ADC), a Toronto-based provider of driver safety training. PHH has introduced this driver safety program to help its clients reduce their accident rates by focusing on driver behavior behind the wheel.The 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 select ADC as PHH’s driver training provider.ADC offers a comprehensive program in Canada, including integrated training from a CD ROM to three levels of behind-the-wheel trainingh. The company provides customization where required and offers Web based sign up, class scheduling, and reminder notification.
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