Defensive Driving Training

Defensive Driving Training 

defensive driving training

This training is provided by certified instructors from the German Road Safety Council (DVR) for Passenger Vehicles, Light Commercial Vehicles and Heavy Commercial Vehicles. Contents and methodology is accordingly designed for each vehicle group.


Drivers should learn the principles of Defensive Driving; Avoid of getting involved in hazard situations.


Defensive Driving is not a driving technique but more a driving behavior.


Theoretical training plus one to one driving in real traffic together with your instructor. Risks and potential hazards are being discussed and evaluated together with your instructor.

  1. Accident statistics
  2. Target zero accident policy
  3. Why seatbelt
  4. Rear seatbelt
  5. Child seat
  6. Headrest
  7. Airbag
  8. Daily Vehicle check
  9. Tyres
  10. Steering wheel handling
  11. Mobile phone
  12. Time plan/ journey management
  13. Alcohol
  14. Reaction time
  15. Speed and braking distance
  16. Pedestrians
  17. Overtaking and lane change
  18. Traffic signs and junctions
  19. Visual angle
  20. Fatigue and tiredness
  21. Accident report
  22. Highway rules

Rules to be considered:

1.    Drivers driving experience must be sufficient to drive in real traffic

2.    Drivers should attend the training 6-12 months after starting his assignment

3.    Drivers must attend the training with their own company cars

4.    Per group should be max. 14 participants


1.    Theoretical training – 3 hours in a training/meeting room

2.    Practical training     – 1 hour one to one in real traffic with your instructor


Every year