To evaluate the driving abilities of potential new drivers as well as current drivers.
To help companies reduce vehicle crashes, insurance cost, control liability
exposure, determine training needs and identify driver improvement needs.
DPAS generates statistical profiles of an individual’s strength and weaknesses as a driver.
DPAS measures the overall crash probability per 100,000 miles. It further measures the
crash probability per 100,000 miles in four areas; Traffic Knowledge, Perceptual Skills,
Traffic Risk and Traffic Procedures.
DPAS is a two-phase program. Phase one is a 30 minute video presentation of traffic
scenes. After the scene is shown a narrator makes a comment and the driver marks his
answer to agree or disagree on the response form.
Phase two is a computer analysis of the driver’s answers. Once entered into the computer,
the driver’s statistical driver profile is generated. All four areas are scored showing the
individual score as well as the crash probability for each category. An overall average score
is generated along with an overall Crash Probability Score.
Once obtained, you control how often the program is administered.
Additional Training Programs:
When any area is identified that requires additional training, there are recommended low
cost training programs available for purchase.