RoadPeace is delighted to announce Drivetech as a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming high-profile national roads policing event The Andy Cox Challenge, demonstrating its commitment to the reduction of deaths and injuries on the UK’s roads.
Drivetech is the world leader in fleet risk and driver safety management, including driver training. With 30 years of successful experience, Drivetech offers services that provide comprehensive support to any business that recognises the critical importance of looking after drivers that drive for or on business. The organisation is a wholly owned subsidiary of the AA, so has the backing of the UK’s leading motoring organisation that offers vehicle breakdown and recovery services, motor and other insurance, vehicle service maintenance and repair and much more!
Colin Paterson, head of marketing at Drivetech, commented:
“Drivetech is absolutely delighted to announce its Gold Sponsorship support for The Andy Cox Challenge 2022.
We supported Andy in 2021 and thought his efforts then were both challenging and impressive. He has gone and set the bar admirably higher in 2022 – and we are in awe of his personal commitment, are really glad to support him again, provide encouragement, and maybe even some Drivetech team accompaniment during the week in May.
We share his spirited commitment to raising awareness around road safety and pushing to reduce harm on our roads. Road safety and reducing road collisions is core to our mission at Drivetech too with the provision of practical driver coaching, training and risk management programmes, including the delivery of driver offender retraining programmes with many forces across the country.”
All those joining with RoadPeace in supporting Andy’s challenge are helping the charity continue their vital work with road crash victims and in campaigning for change.
More than half of UK police forces have already confirmed their involvement in the Andy Cox Challenge, which is taking place between May 16-22, 2022.
It will see police officers and staff join forces to run, cycle, walk or travel by any other means across their force area, in potentially the biggest event of its kind in UK policing history.
The forces will form local fundraising teams which will help to reach the overall event target of £500,000 for RoadPeace.
Crucially, the challenge will also aim to get the public talking about road deaths and the devastation they cause to families and communities every day.
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