Naturalistic driving data extends our understanding of risky teen driving behavior beyond what can be gleaned from crash analyses, in a number of important ways. It offers the potential to examine behavior on a continuous basis, instead of being limited to an event-based ‘snapshot’; and, critically, it provides an objective record of behavior in contrast to the subjective reports of drivers or after-the-fact inferences about risky behavior that been entered on a police report.
The TRB Behavioral Traffic Safety Cooperative Research Program's BTSCRP Web-Only Document 2 Development of Research Problem Statements That Utilize Naturalistic Driving Data to Improve Teen Driving Safety aims to determine if and how the Strategic Highway Safety Program’s (SHRP2) Naturalistic Driving Study (NDS) can be exploited to support an agenda for teen driver countermeasure development and evaluation.
National Research Council. 2022. Development of Research Problem Statements That Utilize Naturalistic Driving Data to Improve Teen Driving Safety. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26572.
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