Interactive Driver Training

Web based training that is easily accessible by your drivers anywhere, anytime.

Heavy Truck

per lesson*

15-25 minute lessons with test

  • Manage Your Time & Speed
  • Prevent Rear-End Collisions
  • Avoid Collisions While Backing
  • Drive After Dark - Avoid Fatigue
  • Avoid Collisions at Intersections
  • Avoid Collisions While Changing Lanes
  • Winter Driving

* volume discount available

Passenger Vehicle

per lesson*

15-20 minute lessons with test

  • Avoid Aggressive Driving
  • Distracted Driving
  • Avoid Collisions at Intersections
  • Avoid Collisions While Changing Lanes
  • Prevent Rear-End Collisions
  • Manage Your Time and Speed
  • Impaired Driving
  • Avoid Collisions in Parking Lots
  • Ready to Drive

* volume discount available


Seasonal - Safety Tips

per lesson*

delivered in a fast 5 minutes

  • Tire Pressure
  • Seatbelts & Airbags
  • Driving Safely Next to Large Trucks
  • Using Your Anti-lock Braking System
  • Winter at the Wheel
  • Business Vehicle Maintenance
  • Driving in the Rain
  • Breakdown Safety

* volume discount available

30 Lessons of Targeted Training

We understand the difficulty of gathering drivers in a single location or fitting training that meets everyone's schedule.

Interactive Driver Training delivers proven advanced driving techniques developed to give drivers the critical advantage of avoiding hazardous situations along with the extra time and knowledge to stay safe when roadway incidents are encountered. Training lessons are designed to target specific drivers' deficiencies.

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Aggressive Driving Training
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Learning Management System

LMS system allows administrators to assign new training to new/existing drivers, send automatic email reminders, track drivers' performance and run customized reports.

System allows you to create custom training packages that could include various lessons. Packages can be customized to train high-risk drivers, new employees, yearly reminders, etc.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Each lesson is delivered over the Internet and features a narrated presentation consisting of animated pages. Many of these are interactive, asking trainees to make driving choices and then showing you the results. Lessons generally include one or two intermediate review quizzes, and a 10-question multiple-choice test.
With a high-speed Internet connection, Lessons generally take from 25 to 30 minutes to complete. Mini-Lessons take 7 to 10 minutes. Our training works best with a high-speed connection. It will also work with a dial-up connection, but will result in longer times to complete each session.
You can take a lesson through to successful completion only once. If the lesson includes a test, you can return to it as many times as it takes until you score a passing grade. Once you�ve passed the test, or completed a lesson that doesn�t include a test, you can access each lesson for 30 days from completion
Lessons expire one year after the date of purchase. Until the expiration date you can access uncompleted lessons at any time. Check with your training administrator about any required completion dates.
Yes. At the successful completion of any lesson, you'll be able to download and print a customized certificate. Mini-Lessons don't offer certificates.
Yes. Our site creates a record that displays every lesson assigned, purchased, opened or completed with the corresponding dates. Each time you visit the site, you'll be taken right to your personal training log.
No, just a keyboard, mouse, speakers and a computer connected to the Internet. You also need Adobe Flash Player 6.0 or higher installed on your computer. If your computer doesn't have this video graphic program, you can download it for free from the Adobe Player Download Center.
If you are having trouble with taking courses, please follow these steps below to resolve the issue:

First, clear your browser's temporary internet files (also known as cache), then try again.

The second step is to reinstall the Adobe Flash Player on your computer. Click to download the latest copy of Adobe Flash Player. Then, try again

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