Driver training charges frozen

03 June 2020 | Web Article Number: ME202019253

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WHEN the effects of COVID-19 began to be felt across the world in January, driver training company MasterDrive began brainstorming ways to meet the inevitable health and safety requirements and ease the burden it would place on businesses.

That’s according to MD Eugene Herbert, who said this had resulted in innovations such as virtual training and, more recently, the freezing of charges on all training options provided by the company. “The health and safety of clients is paramount along with the need to continue working,” he said.

"Now that we have developed a way to continue training within the new limitations, we have turned our attention to easing the economic strain on businesses. This will be by not implementing cost increases especially those associated with training outside of our training centres.

"Recent reductions in fuel prices assisted us in providing this to our clients. It is a small token that could result in significant cost-savings for many businesses going forward. Many departments will be under tremendous strain to reduce costs associated with providing their product or service. This is MasterDrive’s way of giving you a cost-reduction for your budget going forward."

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