15 Passenger Vans
While 15-passenger vans offer convenient transportation options for church groups and schools, they are prone to rollover accidents, which can be deadly. Inexperienced drivers who are not used to maneuvering such large vehicles can also contribute to higher accident rates in these vehicles.<br /> <br /> Removing the backrow seats to reduce the number of passengers does not make the van less dangerous. Some vans sold as 12-passenger vans are also unsafe. There are approved alternatives, and it is important to know how to identify safe vehicles.<br /> &nbsp;
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15-Passenger Vans: Dangerous and Deadly
What is a 15-Passenger Van?
Alternatives to 15-Passenger Vans

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15-Passenger Vans: The Risks and Alternatives
Understand the specific risks of using 15-passenger vans and learn more about the alternative options that are a safer choice in this webinar presented by David Fournier, Adventist Risk Management, Inc. vice president and chief client care officer.
What is a 15-Passenger Van?
Join David Fournier, chief client care officer of Adventist Risk Management, Inc. (ARM), in this webinar, as he discusses the questions surrounding this type of vehicle. Learn about the NAD working policy update, the myths, and facts on 15-passenger vans, and the additional safety practices you should implement to keep drivers and passengers protected.

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