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What type of DOT Training do you need?
Some of the biggest costs associated with operating as a motor carrier are your drivers, equipment, and insurance costs. Investing in training for your drivers is crucial to reducing these costs.
Training drivers to identify and manage vehicle issues can lead to fewer roadside violations, civil penalties as well as lost time.
Who does it apply to?
Any company or driver can take advantage of training. Things are changing constantly in the transportation industry, so constant training for you and your employees is important, not to mention, it may be FMCSA required.
Training drivers on Hours-of-Service regulations can lead to better CSA scores, better insurance premiums, and overall better culture.
We offer a number of online courses online, live webinars, and in-person trainings and build tailored training packages for each company.
Note: If you do not see the course you need, please contact us for more detials.
How do we perform this service?
We can train individual drivers or your entire company
Our Driver Training Specialists offer a variety of in-person or online training courses for the specific needs or weaknesses of your company.
Driver training and education is a valuable resource to ensure a healthy fleet and compliant safety practices. Our DOT Driver Training Specialists can tailor our training to your specific operation.
What types of courses are there?
Most supervisors do not have time for in-person trainings and would rather complete their required trainings online. We realize that your time is important, which is why we are offering online training.
Many people are unable to learn by taking courses on their own, which is why we also offer live web training. These trainings can be combined with multiple employees.
With location being a consideration, we can also offer live trainings for you or your employees.