This study examines how vehicle speed influences the probability that a pedestrian struck by a vehicle will sustain severe injuries or die.
September 2011 // Full Report PDF
This study examines data from in-vehicle cameras to investigate how the driving done by new teenage drivers differs during their first few months of independent driving versus when they had learner's permits and were driving under the supervision of their parents.
It is well known that new drivers' crash rates decline as they gain experience. This study involved in-depth examination of how rates of involvement in specific types of crashes change over time as new drivers gain experience, to improve our understanding of how driver education
This report documents a unique study that involved surveying parents and placing cameras in their vehicles to investigate how parents went about supervising their teens' practice driving during the learner-permit stage of the licensing process.
This study examines the impact of New Jersey's Graduated Driver Licensing system on the crash involvement rates of teenage drivers in the state.
This report describes a survey of Alabama residents ages 55 and older, examining their self-reported use of prescription and over-the-counter medications and their knowledge of whether any of their medications might have the potential to impair their ability to drive safely.
This study examines the impact of a new law in the state of Missouri that created a mechanism for concerned healthcare providers, law enforcement officers, family members, and others to report concerns about a person's medical fitness to drive to the state licensing agency.
This report presents consensus-based recommendations for driver licensing and license-renewal policies for older drivers developed at a workshop of experts convened by the AAA Foundation.
June 2008 // Full Report PDF
This study reports the results of a randomized controlled study of the impact of a driver training course, consisting of both classroom-based and behind-the-wheel instruction, on the driving skills and knowledge of senior drivers.
This report analyzes the walking speeds of older and younger pedestrians in six communities and reports the results of simulation-based case studies that investigate whether traffic signals can allow more time for pedestrians to cross the street without causing great increases in