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Lytx recognizes 'Driver of the Year' with award

Posted on March 16, 2017

Jaime Roman (shown seconf from right).
Jaime Roman (shown seconf from right).

During its annual User Group Conference, held in San Diego this week, Lytx presented its Driver of the Year and Coach of the Year awards to users of its DriveCam video telematics program who demonstrate exceptional performance.

"These individuals share our belief that safe driving is a product of continuous learning and are committed to keeping the roads safe for themselves and those with whom they share it," said Del Lisk, Lytx VP, safety services."The 2016 award winners are true professionals who bring positive change to their companies and communities."

Lytx is recognizing winners of the Driver of the Year award from DriveCam users across five commercial driving categories: Government; Services and Utilities; Transit/Motor Coach; For-Hire Trucking; Private Trucking; and Waste.

The first place winner in the Transit/Motor Coach category was Jaime Roman of MV Transportation. Roman has been driving in a professional capacity for 16 years, during which time he has received 43 awards, each acknowledging his over-and-above commitment to safety and customer satisfaction. He is meticulous about his daily safety checks as he knows a comfortable ride for his passengers begins with their confidence in both the driver and the vehicle. Roman is known for his cheerful demeanor and his willingness to lend a helpful hand to anybody in need, according to the announcement. The second place winner in the same category went to Tim Merrell of Greyhound.

Lytx DriveCam safety programs now protect nearly 650,000 drivers worldwide, and are credited with the potential to save more than 800 lives per year nationwide.

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