Driving Simulation Videos from Stisim Drive Offer Help to Further Decrease the Declining Number of Teen Car Accidents
Driving simulation company, Stisim Drive, wishes to further decline the number of teen accidents. A report has it that the record of teen car accidents in Massachusetts was down to 6,400 last year.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 11, 2013
Driving simulation videos have various uses. But among those uses, their biggest benefit is probably on keeping drivers safe. However, Stisim Drive, a driving simulation company, wanted to make them an even bigger help on that particular field. And so, it loaded its driving simulator software with a huge database of videos that could be used for training and practice.
Every year, millions of people get into car accidents. A large percentage of those incidents involves teen drivers. However, according to a report from wwlp.com dated November 06, 2013, teen car accidents, at least in Massachusetts decreased last year.
In 2006, the report said that there were 12,673 teen car accidents in the state. Last year though, there were only 6,400 reported crashes.
Here is an excerpt from the wwlp.com report.
“Newly licensed teen drivers are having far fewer accidents than just six years ago. 22News explored some of the possible reasons for this improvement in safety.
Elizabeth Criag of Chicopee told 22News, "I've never gotten into an accident. My sisters on the other hand; actually my sister she got into a couple.”
The fact that there are fewer people driving is the main reason of the decrease of accidents, one Northampton resident said in the report. But as state officials stated in the report, the drop is due to the higher training requirements and the tougher penalties.
Nonetheless, Stisim Drive commented that although the number fell, still it is concerning. And so, to help decrease it even more, it advised the driving simulator training with its STISIM Drive® software.
According to the company, its driving simulation software is loaded with a huge database of driving simulation videos that could enhance the response time and decision-making of teen drivers. It detailed that the videos are of various road scenarios that any driver could encounter. Training with them, it said, could particularly prepare into real-life driving.
That's not all. Stisim Drive stated that it's cost-effective driving simulator system also outputs reliable results. Its data, it said, could be specifically used in assessing the student driver and determining his weak points. And that, it added, could particularly make him or her better and safer driver.
For more information about Stisim Drive and driving simulation videos and products, readers could visit its website at http://www.stisimdrive.com.
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