Learning materials for the older driver
Davey, Jeremy D., Ferguson, Megan, Sheehan, Mary C., O'Brien, Caitlin, & Schonfeld, Cynthia C. (1997) Learning materials for the older driver. In 1997 Road Safety Research and Enforcement Conference, 9-12 November 1997, Hobart, Tasmania.
The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q) was commissioned by Queensland Transport to develop a set of integrated learning materials that would assist older drivers in better managing their day-to-day driving. The project resulted from a review of current driver management procedures employed in Queensland, and was to form part of a complete Driver Safety and Education Strategy (Watson et al., 1996). The aims of this project were to: (a) help older drivers become more aware of their driving limitations and the age-related driving problems they may experience; and (b) promote ways in which older drivers can moderate their driving as a result of these age-related changes. Ultimately, the resource should encourage older drivers to both self-monitor their driving ability and to make informed decisions about how best to continue driving in the safest possible way.
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