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ADTS Offers Safety Training for Higher-Risk Drivers

Up to 70% of fleet crashes annually involve high- and medium-risk drivers, according to Advanced Driver Training Services (ADTS), which is now offering a One-to-One Driver Safety Program for drivers with multiple traffic violations or a history of vehicle crashes.

ADTS Adds Sales and Marketing Director

Advanced Driver Training Services has hired Mark Giangrasso as its director of sales and marketing to help fleet clients reduce their crash rates and improve driver safety by employing the most appropriate training solutions.

NETS 2017 Benchmark Conference

The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) held its annual Benchmark Conference in Charlottesville, Va., from Oct. 11-12. Read about last year's conference here. Photos by Mike Antich.

ADTS President Retiring in January

Tom DiRocco, who served as company president for 18 years, will be succeeded by Karl New, previously with Pennsylvania engineering firm Remcal.

Maintenance, Safety, and Compliance Aided by Telematics

In fleet management, when it comes to these three important aspects that often require paperwork and tracking multiple moving parts, fleet managers can turn to telematics software to make those tasks a little less stressful.

ADTS Warns Fleets About Pokémon Go

Advanced Driver Training Services, (ADTS, Inc.) is warning all drivers, but especially company fleet drivers, not to be lured into one more deadly distraction while driving, that is Pokémon Go.

How to Park With Extreme Caution

A balance of technology and old-fashioned driver training can eliminate common vehicle collisions. Fleet managers need to ensure safety technology complements what drivers already know.