Latest Driving simulator Stories
A new study from University of Utah psychologists found a small group of people with an extraordinary ability to multitask.
A new study indicates that driving reduces one's ability to comprehend and use language.
US researchers have found that drivers are far more distracted by talking on their cell phones than having a conversation with passengers, and hands-free devices donâ€™t seem to offer any added benefits.
The Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University is now home to one of the largest and most sophisticated motion-based driving simulators in the United States.
Carnegie Mellon University scientists have shown that just listening to a cell phone while driving is a significant distraction, and it causes drivers to commit some of the same types of driving errors that can occur under the influence of alcohol.
LONDON (Reuters) - Eating and drinking while driving almost doubles the risk of a car crash although three-quarters of motorists do so, according to research on Friday.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A driving simulator similar to flight simulators used to train pilots can help people re-learn to drive after suffering a stroke.
Listening on your cell phone while driving can be just as risky as talking, a new study finds. The results: Both listening and talking made it tougher for the participants to maintain a fixed speed and to keep their car safe in a single lane, compared to students not using cell phones while driving.
Could time spent in a high-tech "driving simulator" help teens become safer drivers? Researchers at Kansas State University are trying to find out.
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