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IAM Fleet becomes SAFED for Vans partner

IAM Fleet, the commercial training division of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, has become a partner in SAFED (Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving) for Vans - a Government-sponsored training scheme available to company van drivers.

A mixture of classroom and on-road tuition, SAFED for Vans is a complimentary one-day training course that aims to improve the safe and fuel efficient driving skills of company van drivers.

IAM Fleet training manager Simon Elstow said: "With the effects of global warming now top of mind across the globe, we all have a duty to help reduce carbon emissions. The truck version of the same scheme resulted in an annual saving of 13,941,941 litres of fuel, which translated into £10,456,455, so we know SAFED can make a serious 'green' contribution."

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