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“Adults age 50+ are at greater risk of mild dehydration as the body’s thirst sensation has reduced and continues diminishing with age, putting this population at increased risk” - Dr Rekha Elaswarapu, Natural Hydration Council 2015
“People give a lot of consideration to the influence of alcohol and drugs on driving; but virtually no thought at all to dehydration. A driver’s reactions and response rates can be severely affected if they are not hydrated properly.” - Institute of Advanced Motoring 2015
“As our brains are 73% water, insufficient hydration can have an adverse effect on how our brains function.” - The American College of Nutrition, 2007
‘One insurance broker has negotiated up to 5% discount on fleet insurance through the local office of a national insurance company’
‘Driving Hydration reduces long term fleet insurance costs and vehicle downtime by reducing accidents’

The Problem

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Reducing vehicle incidents remains a key priority for transport managers and directors. Not only do accidents impact directly on fleet insurance costs, they also bring hidden costs: missed deliveries, vehicles being off

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The Research

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Ground-breaking research by the European Hydration Institute, in cooperation with Loughborough University, has discovered that dehydration has a detrimental effect on driving ability. Driver hydration

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The Solution

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The Driving Hydration packages includes everything you need to both educate transport staff about the importance of hydration and supply them the practical steps to remain hydrated throughout the day:

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The Impact

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Introducing Driving Hydration not only helps make the roads safer, but also reduce accident-caused vehicle downtime and reduce long term insurance premiums. With one insurance broker having negotiated

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