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Driving Dynamics Wins Award for Online Lesson

July 7, 2015- Press Release

Driving Dynamics Inc. has been named a 2015 award recipient in the 27th annual Awards for Publication Excellence competition in the Education & Training category for the quality of writing in its Proper Use of Vision e-lesson developed for Monsanto, a Fortune 500 company that delivers agricultural products to support farmers all around the world.

The Proper Use of Vision e-lesson addresses techniques that help drivers more quickly identify potential hazards in order to completely avoid collisions. The lesson was accessible through desktop and mobile devices and delivered across 19 countries to 30,000 people comprising Monsanto employees and family members, according to the company.

"Driving Dynamics has worked with Monsanto over the past four years to help address a number of important driver safety concerns by creating targeted e-lessons that have supported our company's broader safety communication campaigns," said Mark Schuerman, global vehicle safety lead at Monsanto. "The lessons developed for us by Driving Dynamics to improve driver safety have made a positive impact across our global organization."

This is the fourth e-lesson produced for Monsanto by Driving Dynamics' custom module development team. The first was titled, "Handling Your Vehicle," which addressed the issue of rollovers, followed by lessons on distracted and aggressive driving.

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