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When we survey drivers during our training courses, wer regularly have over 90% of participants rating themselves as better than average drivers. You probably fall into this group too. It’s almost certainly true; most of the time at least.
I have conducted thousands of driving evaluations over 25 years and I have run across very few really bad drivers. This raises the question of why we continue to have so many accidents on our roads and perhaps in your organization.
It can’t be just a few bad drivers causing all the problems, so it must be something else. Could it be that all of us “good” drivers are the problem?
In fact, even good drivers will sometimes take chances and make mistakes in judgement that can end up in a crash.
What could cause a good driver to become involved in an at fault accident or property damage incident?
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