How does Distraction affect Driver Behaviour

Road traffic collisions are the most common caue of death for 17-25year olds according to data from East Riding of Yorkshire Public Health.

To highlight the importance of developing safe driving practices and produce valuable Road Safety Education resources, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the Safer Roads Humber Partnership commissioned an academic study to explore how drivers of varying experience and training differ in how they view the roads as they drive, and how distractions affect their behaviour.

Further information and the results of the study are availalbe in this pdf. Or click on the links to see the videos Media Day, Study Days, and Social Media

This year East Riding of Yorkshire is hoping to commission similar research, but focused on riders of two-wheeled powered vehicles.

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