It can be difficult to talk to an older family member or friend about their driving safety or to know what to do if an unsafe driver continues to drive. If you’re older, at some point you yourself may face a decision to limit when or where you drive or...
The research examines the effect of restricted head and neck movement on
driving performance as measured by decision time at T-intersections. The traffic
safety and human factors literature was reviewed, and very little was found
concerning drivers with physical limitations. T-intersections were selected for
study because most accidents involving drivers...
The primary purpose of this study was to determine the
effectiveness of the Oregon Level I Diversion Program in changing
knowledge and attitude concerning driving after drinking.
A secondary purpose was to determine the effect of the eight
different class-time schedules used to teach the required 12-hour
curriculum on the...
The number of international inbound tourists to the United States has risen steadily. To serve these and other tourists best, traffic signs need to communicate information correctly across a potential language barrier. Of particular interest is the traffic sign intended to communicate directions to Tourist Information centers. While the general...
Angry driving behaviors that lead to acts of road rage have become a major public
health concern. Understanding the differences between people who drive with a high
level of anger and those who do not provides insight into possible prevention
approaches. This study applied Richard Lazarus' Cognitive-Motivational-Relational
(CMR) Model to...