Biggest worldwide supplier of driver training solutions and driver risk management, eDriving announced an association with CEPA International to bring Mentor to Latin American Markets. The company served their service to more than 10 million U.S. consumer customers annually worldwide. Additionally, the company delivering state-regulated online novice driver training and online driver improvement courses. Company’s mission is to address collisions and incidents caused by driver attitude with online learning expertise.

A Mentor is patented, first closed loop smartphone telematics solution for fleet drivers and delivers training straight to smartphones and many more. The company associated with FICO to produce the FICO Safe Driving Score rely on the use of Mentor App. Additionally, the app suggests ‘playlist’ of training involvements as well as individuals progress reports based on road performance. The company has launched Spanish and Portuguese versions of the Mentor to increase availability to drivers in the U.S.

CEPA International specializes in motor vehicle crash control program and risk management programs for domestic and multinational companies. CEPA’s headquarters set in Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia and Brazil.

EVP eDriving Fleet, Ed Dubens said that all are excited to work with CEPA to distribute Mentor to drivers in Mexico. CEPA is a world-class company that works with some of the largest fleet operators in the world to improve driving skills. Together both the company intended to save lives by helping drivers learn how to be more attentive and avoid risks behind the wheel. This partnership will bring some new opportunities as well as drastic change.

Chief Executive Officer of CEPA International, Rosina Cammarota said that from 1987, company’s experts putting their hundred percent to improve highway safety throughout Latin America. The newly developed application will help the individual to improve the driving skills and traffic safety knowledge.


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