Our research has shown that drivers in most organizations suffer a lot of neglect in terms of training thereby depriving organisations and institutions of maximum productivity. This unfortunate situation is a reflection of the way they have been seen as not requiring training once employed, because as some people erroneously claim "you can always hire and fire them with little or no consequences to the institution". It has been proved that drivers do not perform efficiently in their assigned duties as a result of lack of a process that involves continuous and effective training to up-date their knowledge, skills and competences. Regrettably, they are regarded as ordinary when their actions or inactions can dent the image of their organizations. Finally, there is no gain saying that next to God, the driver is in absolute control of the safety of lives of executives and staff and their families once behind the wheel.