Drive & Survive, the leading occupational driving provider, is to move its specialist driver training service from Oxfordshire to its head office in London from 18 August.

Drive & Survive is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK’s leading road safety charity, the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists). It will now be based in West London, providing professional occupational driver training and fleet risk management solutions designed to help companies save money and protect their workforce.

The company’s driver risk management programme provides a range of services, from e-products to hands-on training, tailored to individual fleet requirements.

Managing Director of Drive & Survive, Seb Goldin, said: “The move to London allows Drive & Survive to strengthen its position as a principal driver training provider and develop our portfolio of risk management solutions. Our intention is to further improve the services we provide our clients.”

Drive & Survive has been recognised as the ‘best service provider’ and ‘best risk management company’ in trade press awards.

Previously based in Bloxham, Mr Goldin said the move is intended to be a seamless transition to Chiswick, London.