Older Adults’ Knowledge About Medications That Can Impact Driving
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.
August 2009 // Technical Report // Fact Sheet
Medical Fitness to Drive and a Voluntary State Reporting Law
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.
October 2008 // Technical Report // Fact Sheet
North American License Policies Workshop Recommendations
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 // Technical Report
Enhancement of Driving Performance Among Older Drivers
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.
October 2007 // Technical Report // Fact Sheet
Pedestrian Signal Safety for Older Persons
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
July 2007 // Technical Report // Fact Sheet
Nationwide Review of Graduated Driver Licensing
This study examines the impact of graduated driver licensing programs on rates of fatal and injury crashes of 16-year-old drivers.
February 2007 // Technical Report // Fact Sheet