A new study has highlighted the key role technology could play in extending the age at which people can drive safely on our roads.
Harnessing New Technology To Keep Older People Behind The Wheel For Longer — National (09/20/2008)Source: Association
Stressed Older Drivers Are Three Times More Likely To Brake Than Calm Drivers — National (09/05/2008)Source: News
A new study examines how stress affects decision-making and finds that older adults alter their behavior more than young adults when under stress -- particularly in situations involving risk.
Factors Leading to Older Drivers’ Intersection Crashes — National (09/01/2008)Source: Association
Older drivers are overinvolved in intersection crashes compared with younger drivers, but the reasons are not clearly understood. The purpose of the present study was to identify the factors that lead to older drivers' intersection crashes.
The Relationship Between Self-Regulation and Driving-Related Abilities in Older Drivers: An Exploratory Study — National (07/07/2008)Source: Association
The objectives of this paper are to review the published research findings about the role of self-regulation in older driver safety.