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2006). An in-vehicle data recorder for evaluation of driving behavior and safety. Transportation Research Record, 1953, 112–119. McCartt, A. , Shabanova, V. , & Leaf, W. A. (2003). Driving experience, crashes and traffic citations of teenage beginning drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 35(3), 311–320. McGehee, D. , Raby, M. Lee, J. , & Reyes, M. L. (2007a). The impact of an event triggered video intervention on rural teenage driving. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Driver Assessment in Vehicle Design.

The historical context here will provide appropriate perspective for simulating the driving experience. Role of Driving Simulators. Driving has measurable, real-world impacts and consequences for everyone, therefore methods are needed in order to safely quantify the driving experience. ); and can be easily administrated in a laboratory setting. Key Results of Driving Simulator Studies. Since the earliest days of driving simulation, simulators have been used in a wide range of clinical studies in order to understand the driver, the vehicle, and the complex driving environment.

Lack of experience, not immaturity, seems to be the basis for the much higher fatality rate (Vlakveld, 2005). Yet little has been done to develop and to evaluate alternative driver education programs over the last forty years which would give drivers the experience they need to anticipate hazards, maintain their attention, and respond appropriately when a crash is imminent (Nichols, 2003). Perhaps this was not possible until recently with the advent of relatively inexpensive graphics engines and displays.

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