NHTSA’s Technical Report on the lives saved by vehicle safety technologies and associated federal motor vehicle safety standards from 1960 to 2012.
Lives Saved by Vehicle Safety Technologies — National (01/01/2015)Source: US Department of Transportation
Development of Safe-driving-system Features for Elderly Drivers — National (07/04/2014)Source: Association
This paper is a result of research done on existing vehicle systems that are in place promote safe driving.
Effectiveness of LED Stop Lamps for Reducing Rear-End Crashes: Analyses of State Crash Data — National (02/01/2013)Source: US Department of Transportation
NHTSA’s Technical Report on the effectiveness of LED stop lamps for reducing rear-end crashes and analyses of state crash data.
Has the Time Come for an Older Driver Vehicle? — National (02/02/2012)Source: Association
This paper questions if it’s time for vehicles to be designed to suit the needs of an older population.
Driving Simulators Help Older Adults Improve Their Road Skills — National (01/14/2011)Source: Association
Older drivers could benefit from training programs that put them behind the wheel -- in a driving simulator, with an observer who helps them develop their skills, according to a new article.
Designing In-Vehicle Technologies for Older Drivers — National (03/01/2009)Source: University
New in-vehicle systems must be designed for users who receive no training in how to use them and whose cognitive and sensory abilities vary.
Harnessing New Technology To Keep Older People Behind The Wheel For Longer — National (09/20/2008)Source: Association
A new study has highlighted the key role technology could play in extending the age at which people can drive safely on our roads.