Driver Training

Driver Training

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Cohort II: a study of learner and new drivers. Volume 1: Main Report

A major six-year study providing an up-to-date picture of how ‘cohorts’ of learner drivers in Great Britain undertake driver training and testing, and of their subsequent experiences as new drivers.

  • Author(s): Wells, P., Tong, S., Sexton, B., Grayson, G.B. & Jones, E.
  • Published: Road Safety Research Report No.81. Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date Added: 01 Feb 2014
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Novice drivers: evidence review and evaluation – pre-driver education and training, graduated driver licensing, and the New Drivers Act

Appraisal and review of the evidence for interventions to improve the safety of novice drivers in GB and reduce the number of associated collisions and casualties on GB’s roads.

  • Author(s): Kinnear, N., Lloyd, L., Helman, S., Husband, P., Scoons, J., Jones, S., Stradling, S., McKenna, F. and Broughton, J.
  • Published: Published Project Report (PPR673). Crowthorne: Transport Research Laboratory, 2013
  • Date Added: 01 Feb 2014
  • Format: Web Page Link

How can we produce safer new drivers? A review of the effects of experience, training and limiting exposure on the collision risk of new drivers

Review of the evidence for the effectiveness of post-licence driving experience, driver education and training, and limiting the exposure of new drivers to risk through graduated driver licensing in lowering new-driver collisions.

  • Author(s): Helman, S., Grayson, G.B. & Parkes, A.M.
  • Published: TRL Insight Report INS005. Transport Research Laboratory, 2010
  • Date Added: 01 Feb 2014
  • Format: Web Page Link