In-vehicle coaching

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In-vehicle coaching is a term that is often associated with the trucking industry. It refers to a training program that is designed to help truck drivers improve their skills and become better drivers. The program is typically conducted in the cab of the truck, while the driver is on the road.

The purpose of in-vehicle coaching is to help truck drivers identify areas where they need improvement and to provide them with the necessary training to address those areas. The coaching is often done by a qualified trainer who rides along with the driver, observing their behavior and offering guidance and feedback as needed; or through a
dual-facing dash cam that sends the driver alerts and allows the fleet manager to see what’s happening in real time.

One of the key benefits of in-vehicle coaching is that it provides drivers with immediate feedback on their driving behavior. This can help them to recognize bad habits and to develop better ones. It can also help them to become more aware of their surroundings and to respond more effectively to different driving situations.

In-vehicle coaching can cover a wide range of topics, including safe driving practices, fuel efficiency, and compliance with regulations. It can also include training on specific skills, such as maneuvering in tight spaces or driving on slippery roads.

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