Training materials, fatality facts and other information related to elderly drivers and to teenage drivers.
elderly drivers, older drivers, young drivers, teenage drivers, senior drivers, driving skills, driving tips, novice drivers, age-related driving fatalities, car accidents, vehicle fatalities, workplace safety
Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death in the United States for persons aged 1–19 years
Paper focuses on potential of in-vehicle technology to monitor and correct unsafe teen driver behavior.
Evaluation of graduated driver licensing program for all drivers under age 18.
Fatality facts and other information related to senior driver accidents
How do I know when it’s time to have “the talk” with mom or dad?
With this document, the driver designates a trusted relative or friend to notify him when he should stop driving
Facts on its use
Graduated driver licensing laws and insurance collision claims frequencies of teenage drivers
Guidance for implementing AASHTO strategic highway safety plan.
The following chart depicts the current status of state laws
The warning signs when someone should begin to limit driving or stop altogether
State by state requirements for driver license renewal requirements for seniors
Changes in vision, physical fitness and reflexes may cause safety concerns
How to approach such an emotionally charged topic
Fatality facts and other information related to teenager driver accidents
Handbook provides assistance to practitioners when accommodating the special needs of older motorist
What to expect and when to get eye exams
Related Categories & Information
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Fleet / Drivers
MVRs. FAQ for owner operators. Log books. Driver response time.
Fleet / Driving Tips
Safety brochures and fact sheets useful for fleet safety talks
Fleet / Fatigue
The effects of fatigue on drivers