<p><strong>Rolf Lockwood</strong></p>
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<p>Driver training is a subject dear to my editorial heart, but I fear we don’t do it well enough. For one thing, the focus of training is almost always on making sure truck pilots don’t “go agricultural” too often, or infinitely worse, whack the aged librarian’s Toyota.</p>
<p>Safety is obviously paramount, but there’s more to it.</p>
<p>Think fuel economy.</p>
<p>The PIT Group in Quebec, Canada, recently released a driver-training effectiveness study exploring the true value of driver monitoring and coaching to address bad habits and reinforce efficient techniques. PIT is a</p>
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