This document presents recommendations for framing Safe System interventions to facilitate public acceptance and support.
Physical Function and Frailty Are Associated with Self-Regulation of Driving among Older Adults: A LongROAD Study
This study examined physical function and frailty, and their association with strategic driving self-regulation, using data from the AAA Longitudinal Research on Aging Drivers study.
October 2023 Research Brief
This survey study examined how level of knowledge of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) varied by driver type, experience, perceptions regarding vehicle technology, attitudes and preferences towards education, and confidence, among others.
A Multi-Method Approach to Understanding Drivers’ Experiences and Behavior Under Partial Vehicle Automation
This study used three different approaches—experimental, naturalistic, and survey—to investigate how drivers interact with and adapt to vehicle automation systems in real-world scenarios over an extended period of time.
Measuring and Predicting Drivers’ Takeover Readiness and Supporting Takeover Transitions in Automated Driving
This report highlights two studies aimed at facilitating takeover transitions in Level 3 automation, including an examination of factors predictive of driver takeover readiness as well as a gaze guidance system that supports attention during control takeovers.
This research brief presents statistics on the amount of driving done by the American public in 2022 based on data from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s annual American Driving Survey.
September 2023 Research Brief
Advanced driver assistance systems will prevent crashes and save lives. However, many factors will influence the size of the benefits and how quickly they accrue. This report estimates how many crashes, injuries, and deaths these systems will prevent over the next 30 years.