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Driving Dynamics Web Site Earns Recognition as ‘Top 25 Site’

September 7, 2010- Press Release

NEWARK, DE - Just released in April of this year, Driving Dynamics' newly redesigned website has been recognized as a "Top 25 Site" in the category of Driver Training by Xmarks. An internet information technology company, Xmarks, by analyzing over one billion bookmarks, determines the popularity of a website based on how frequently it is bookmarked.

"We are very proud that our newly released website has already become a "hit" with our constituents. While the number of visitors to our site has increased tenfold in the past few months, what we're most please about is that visitors are bookmarking our information-packed, website for future reference purposes," states Paull Hubbard, president of Driving Dynamics. "We purposely added a lot of great content for our readers on key topics related to driver safety, fleet risk management and instructional design for adult learners. I'm sure this is what keeps readers coming back for more details and helped us already reach the # 11 spot in just these past few months. We planning more exciting knowledge additions to our website in the very near future."


Founded in 1987 and headquartered in Newark, Delaware, Driving Dynamics is North America's preferred partner in the field of Advanced Performance, Driver Safety Training and Fleet Risk Management. Its unique and highly effective approach to behind-the-wheel driver education; web-based learning; and driver risk management has helped many major companies achieve very significant reductions in their crash rates. For more information visit


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