Fleetbusters are Amongst the First in the North of England to Qualify ...

24th October 2014

The aim of 'Smarter Driver' scheme is to encourage fleet drivers to reduce their fuel consumption and save on the costs to the business.

The course is £39.99 per driver with the Energy Savings Trust (EST) paying £25 per driver towards this. Companies do not have to claim this back from EST as Fleetbusters deal with the necessary paperwork directly. So companies only have to part with £14.99 plus VAT per driver. If companies prefer they can build in EST training requirements into one of Fleetbusters longer duration training programmes, this means companies can save as much as £200 per training day (£25 for 8 drivers). The course format for 'Smarter Driving' is up to 8 drivers per day, with 50 minutes assigned to each driver. It is estimated by the EST that drivers who complete the course could save as much as 20p per litre on fuel after training. The Smarter Driving programme trains employees in techniques to help them drive more efficiently and is currently subsidised by the Department for Transport until the end of March 2015. For more information call Gary Eades of Fleetbusters on 0787 0312790 / email fleetbusters@hotmail.com

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