...reasons that respondents mentioned for feeling less safe driving today than five years ago included aggressive driving and/or road rage (20%) and speeding (15%). When asked about their driving behavi
...older adults might benefit from targeted evaluation for driving rehabilitation. When older adults lose their spouses, it may be an important time to evaluate driving rehabilitation, since driving pro
August 2017 // Research Brief PDF
...were analyzed. The objective driving habit measures were based on previous work and were conceptualized based on three components of the Driving Habits Questionnaire: driving closer to home (called <
October 2018 // Research Brief PDF
Self-Regulation of Driving by Older Adults Background Self-regulation, or the modification of driving activity by driving less or avoiding challenging situations in response to declining abilities, is i
...alone Driving difficulty A self-reported measure, asking subjects whether they had difficulty driving under certain conditions, while performing certain tasks; e.g. turning left Driving frequency, di
...of 48.4 minutes driving, which translates to an average of 763 trips, 10,874 miles, and 294 hours of driving annually. On average, women reported more daily driving trips than men,...
...driving reduction among older people was associated with increased fatigue and poorer physical functioning. By identifying the association between these driving habits and HRQOL, future driving inter
April 2019 // Research Brief PDF
...Many traffic researchers believe drowsy driving has been under-reported and underestimated. The Study This report presents new estimates of the prevalence of drowsy driving on the roads and of the...
...against texting/emailing while driving and talking on a hand-held phone while driving, with those 75+ most likely to support both. Red Light Cameras: Respondents 75+ were more likely to support...