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Poorly trained drivers costing fleets dearly:

10 June 2008

Poorly educated and trained company car drivers are causing thousands of breakdowns a year because they are failing to carry out basic vehicle maintenance and are not fully briefed on the vehicle they are driving. More at Fleet News on- line.

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