Clients choose Smith System because we teach drivers to drive differently. We give fleet drivers of all types the knowledge and tools to make better decisions behind the wheel. This leads to a significant return on investment in terms of crash reduction, injury reduction, maintenance savings, fuel savings, higher employee satisfaction and, most importantly, saved lives.
Another reason clients choose Smith System? Our reputation. Founded in 1952, Smith System is the nation’s first fleet driver safety training organization. We deliver behind-the-wheel instruction to more than 250,000 drivers annually and serve customers on every continent. More than half of Fortune 500 fleets use Smith System for driver safety training.
As the world’s leading crash-avoidance training company, Smith System offers instruction in more than 22 languages and 100 countries around the world. All of our courses are based on The Smith5Keys®. In addition to behind-the-wheel driver instruction and classroom training, Smith System also offers e-learning, safety and compliance consulting, and powerful, leading-edge technology to help you manage your fleet and drivers.
Smith System has also been integrating driver training with telematics, driver scoring metrics and predictive risk analysis since 2012. Smith360® certified ELDs offer advanced GPS location and telematics to track your fleet while also monitoring driver behavior. Plus, ours is the only telematics program tied directly to driver safety training.Learn More
Our clients refer to Smith System as “nothing short of a miracle” and “the best form of driver training.”
But more importantly, they note the significant financial savings and safety improvements they have enjoyed after working with us. Our testimonials describe real-world results:
Improving Road & Rail Safety in Ghana with Eric Nyame Bbaafi
In this episode of the Global Road Safety podcast, Tony Douglas and Nate Hanson speak with Eric Nyame-Baafi, a road safety consultant for the Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety in Ghana. Eric discusses Ghana’s initiatives to improve railway and road safety, and the need for public education in this area.Read More
Smith System and Wilson County School District Take the High Road to Safety
When bus drivers for the Wilson County School District in Tennessee get behind the wheel, every single one of them takes the Smith System along for the ride. And, according to Jerry Partlow, Director of Transportation for the district, that has helped create not only a culture of safety but also one of confidence.Read More
8 Tips to Avoid Summertime Driving Dangers
Snow, rain and ice are common cold-weather threats to driver safety, but summer brings with it its own set of dangers. For drivers, the added traffic of summer vacationers is just part of the increased risk — construction, sun glare and unpredictable weather patterns all add to the danger.Read More
Six Tips for Driving Alert
Unsafe habits and distracted driving are responsible for thousands of crashes, property damage, injuries, and deaths each year. Many of these could easily be avoided by more alert driving practices. Fewer crashes mean fewer fatalities. From a business perspective, it also means lower costs, including lower overall insurance premiums. And poorly trained, drowsy, or distracted drivers cause costly vehicle repairs, extensive emotional distress, and expensive lawsuits.Read More
In 1952, Harold Smith established Smith System Driver Improvement Institute, the nation’s first professional driver training company. He understood that most crashes are preventable if the right driving habits are learned, practiced and applied consistently. Since then, millions of drivers throughout the world have benefited from the program he developed.Learn More