Auto accident injury and fatality data for the past few years clearly demonstrates a need for insights that will improve driving safety for teens and older adults. The data indicates that drivers in these two age groups are disproportionately more likely to be injured or killed in an auto accident. People in these age groups are learning to drive in a range of conditions and circumstances and learning again how to drive in these circumstances with changing abilities and limitations.
There are ways to improve teen and older adult driving safety. Some of the improvements are
related to tips and reminders; others are related to equipment and technology. [Read more…]