Our goal is to reduce law enforcement vehicle related accidents and more specifically law enforcement vehicle related deaths.
Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) November 13, 2013
Easydrift USA recently launched DriverTrainingSystem.com, a website devoted to help present their revolutionary skid tire rings to EVOC trainers and police departments on September 15th.
Many drifting websites today are celebrations of street-racing heroes and focused on drifting as a form of racing. While this is not a problem, it can make it more difficult to find much needed equipment for a different kind of drifting-- the kind necessary to train drivers how to handle a vehicle that has lost traction.
DriverTrainingSystem.com is specifically designed to help inform and equip police departments and any emergency services that provide skid training for drivers. The site explains how the product works, and features videos of drivers installing and using the product on vehicles to simulate skid driving conditions.
Most driver skid training courses and departments involve large complex devices and surface materials to simulate skidding tires for training purposes. The Easydrift Driver Training System is a far more compact and simple solution at a fraction the cost. These cost savings are crucial for police and emergency services that are often looking to cut training costs with every budget review.
Louis H. Callard, Easydrift’s VP of U.S. Operations, had this to say about the new site launch:
“When we first launched the Driver Training System, skid rings, we had such a positive welcome from the local Sheriff's Office, Police Department, and Academy that we decided to stay in track in this specific market due to the need for this kind of training. Today, 95% of Easydrift's customers are law enforcement and common sense made us create and design a website specifically dedicated to the Law Enforcement market.”
Callard also emphasized the value of Easydrift: “Our goal is to reduce law enforcement vehicle related accidents and more specifically law enforcement vehicle related deaths. We take this calling very seriously and want to reduce the risks posed by these men and women who put put their lives on the line every day.”
Louis Callard is available for interviews and can be reached at louis(at)easydriftusa(dot)com.
You can inquire about Easydrift’s Driver Training System for your Agency online at: