The CEI Group Inc. announced that a new DriverCare Web-Based Training lesson is available that teaches drivers how to save fuel and reduce the amount of climate-changing greenhouse gases their vehicles emit.
Named ECOdriver, the 25-minute online lesson, complete with interactive exercises and a final test, focuses on three fuel-saving strategies:
CEI says that by following the techniques the module recommends, students learn that they can reduce their fuel consumption by as much as 25 percent a year. To view the module’s key learning points and make a purchase, go to www.drivercare.com/training.
“The high cost of fuel and increasing concerns over global climate change make ECOdriver a particularly timely lesson, both for vehicle fleets and individual drivers who may be struggling to stay within tighter budgets,” says Ed Corbally, director of risk and safety services for CEI, based in Trevose, Pa.
According to the company, each gas-saving strategy is illustrated by a hypothetical scenario focused on people who learn how to improve vehicle gas mileage, such as a teenaged driver, a fleet manager and a married working couple; along the way, students learn a number of enlightening facts, including: