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RoSPA Scotland introduces black box pilot for young drivers

27th June 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has partnered with MyDrive Solutions in order to introduce a pilot project to assess the driving of young people at work.

It is financially supported by the Scottish Government and will operate until July 2013, with those that take part in the project obtaining a black box in the vehicles of any of their workers in the 17 to 25 age range.

The equipment records second-by-second driver analysis data, which is then sent to MyDrive after every trip, providing a profile of each motorist, including their habits and capabilities.

Kathleen Braidwood, road safety officer, RoSPA Scotland, said: "Information gathered from this technology can not only help to motivate drivers and encourage better driving, but also to improve the reputation of the company and help reduce costs."

It is crucial that drivers keep their concentration on the road and travel safely, while taking notice of important warning signs.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801394380-ADNFCR


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