“Modern” drivers nowadays have the technology of the web at their disposal to entertain, get informed, know but also be updated or simply exchange friendly and humorous opinions. In some online platforms you can even receive a technical response in a short time. This phenomenon in step with the times is natural if it does not end in a real dependence, resulting as well as capillary, also very effective than the now “paper circulars” to which only a few employees had access and depended on their disclosure to colleagues.
In this respect, the quality of the professional driver is without a shadow of doubt much more autonomous and prepared in his daily work towards regulations, rights and duties, etc. I would add that professional drivers must undergo every five years – as is well known – at hours of CQC refresh course in order to continue their work. This European legislation has not passed without bad feelings of a different nature, even if they are sufficiently substantiated I emphasize.
“We also remember that the same companies with their resources, already provide by law, to a series of internal courses with industry teachers, to keep their driving staff updated in various aspects. its aspects, is a constant professional completion now necessary for both companies and drivers and perhaps in the near future will take on an even more authoritative aspect.The dissemination of news ideas and news, culture is therefore a source of synergy, comparison, transparency, interaction and loyal growth. “
We would like to highlight, if you allow it, that even young people who are going to obtain the license, are much more likely to study “online” than attending the lectures in a classroom driving school, where in this case, however, my opinion there would certainly be a higher learning and interaction and education. On the other hand there is no compulsory attendance for theoretical lessons. Remember that after obtaining the B license there is no longer any type of training obligation at driving schools and this for the whole life as a motorist.
Objectionable checks during point recovery courses, aimed at less diligent and perhaps more dangerous drivers, are not always “educational” towards norms and behaviors that for us professionals in the sector are always at the peak of our training. Maybe same weight and two measures?