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The link between quality sleep and driving safety is so strong that people’s everyday bedtime routines can be used to predict their likelihood of car crashes. ... More>
Research shows that pedestrians often underestimate how visible they are to drivers at night, and motorists overestimate their own accuracy at spotting pedestrians in the dark. ... More>
Donning reflective safety gear did little to prevent drivers from getting dangerously close when passing a bicyclist. ... More>
The adolescent brain is more “plastic” than it will ever be again and capable of remarkable adaptability in light of the many challenges that this developmental phase brings. Yet it […]... More>
New research from the University of Waikato demonstrates how our perceptions of risk on the road don’t always match up with the reality. ... More>