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Feb 23, 2021

Last year ISDA conducted an Executive Protection Security Driver Training Survey.

The 2020 ISDA Training Survey Results

Our goals were to determine the dollar value of the Executive Protection and Security Driving training market. To acquire metrics concerning what motivates potential students to attend one program over...


Feb 16, 2021

Driving in reverse is a valuable driving skill to have.

 

Backing up slowly can be a problem but backing up fast is hard and dangerous if not done correctly. With that said, it is by far one of the most valuable driving skills to have, and a Security Driver can acquire. Along with being hard to do, it is hard to teach...


Feb 9, 2021

The Essence of Security Driving is Found in the Security Drivers Triangle.

The driver's ability to avoid vehicle violence does not depend solely on their ability to control the vehicle. A driver is at the mercy of the environment and of the vehicle, they are driving.

Driving, any form of driving, is a balance, and that...


Feb 2, 2021

There are two words that are often used in the automotive industry and protective driver training vernacular the words are handling and cornering.

To get a better understanding of how the driver interacts with the vehicle requires understanding the difference between Handling and Cornering. While conducting a driver...


Jan 26, 2021

Ensuring the passengers’ safety and security requires the driver to have the knowledge, skill, and experience to control the vehicle when confronted with an emergency. The emergency does not necessarily need to be a security scenario; it can often be an accident-producing situation. 

As we have mentioned many times in...