This research explores the characteristics of older adults who engage in rehabilitation to improve their driving, specifically age, gender, marital status, health status, and physical function.
August 2017 // Research Brief PDF
This study examines whether evidence supports extending Graduated Driver Licensing systems, which most U.S. states apply only to new drivers licensed before the age of 18, to new drivers licensed at ages 18 years or older.
This report describes an evaluation of a series of self-administered training modules designed to improve novice drivers' hazard anticipation, hazard mitigation, and attention maintenance skills.
This report describes the development of a stand-alone, self-administered training module intended to accelerate new drivers' acquisition of perceptual expertise.
This study updates a previous study of driver behaviors and environmental conditions present in a sample of teen driver crashes captured on in-vehicle video cameras with new data from more than 500 additional crashes.
This study examines the relationship between falls and subsequent motor vehicle crash involvement among older drivers.
This systematic review examines previous research into the association between three well-validated measures of lower extremity physical functioning and driving outcomes in older adults.
Findings from this report originate from an extensive synthesis of the literature on self-regulation of driving among older adults. The synthesis builds on earlier reviews of the literature by the authors, and extends literature findings on specific aspects self-regulation.
This report synthesizes the knowledge about older drivers and advanced in-vehicle technologies, focusing on three areas: use, perception, and outcomes.
A synthesis of qualitative studies of older adults’ preferences concerning communication with their healthcare providers about driving, including driving safety and planning for future “driving retirement".
September 2015 // Full Report PDF