When viewed through the lens of corporate governance, providing an appropriately trained executive driver may just be elevated from something that is an attractive perk to a prerequisite for decreasing risk.
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A wide collection of articles is available for those with an interest in Vehicle Dynamics and its application to driving, vehicles, and driver training. Articles are taken from the PoliceDriver.Com (PDC) website.
Rodolfo Torre Cantu was a physician and politician running for governor of the Mexican State of Tamaulipas. While driving in a non-armored two-vehicle scenario, he was ambushed and assassinated. Using a combination of forensic data gathered from a video, pictures were taken shortly after the assassination, and dimensions taken from Google Maps, the article outlines the timeline of what happened seconds prior to the incident. From this information, the article develops lessons learned.
80% of crashes and 65% of near-crashes involve some form of driver distraction. The distraction occurred within three seconds of the vehicle crash! Written by Tony Scotti, the eBook discusses Distracted Driving in the context of Kill Zones.Distracted driving is not a new phenomenon, there have been issues since the age of the Model T, whether a driver was eating a sandwich or talking to a passenger. What is new, is a number of activities that cause distracted driving.
The Ambush eBook focuses on “game changing incidents” that have changed the way we train and protect clients. Throughout the years there were vehicle attacks that change the way we train. They received the attention of the security community and the businesses they serve.