This page contains links to other resources and web sites related to driver distraction and safety. It also contains additional related papers available in the open literature, but not published specifically for this site. If you would like to contribute to this page by submitting other resources (links, additional related scientific papers, etc.), please e-mail the contact at the bottom of this page.
Links to Other Related Web SitesNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Site on drivers and driver behavior
Web site of Car Talk, starring Tom and Ray Magliozzi (aka "Click and Clack The Tappet Brothers"). They have a weekly show on 450 National Public Radio stations, and a newspaper column in 300 papers.
European Transport Safety Council
Driving Safety Tips and other Information on Cell Phone Use
State laws to restrict phone use
Experience a Typical Drive Using In-Vehicle Technologies, or Telematics.
The Economics of Regulating Cellular Phones in Vehicles (Robert W. Hahn and Paul C. Tetlock, AIE-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies)
Related Research Papers, Articles & Industry Perspectives
An Investigation of the Safety Implications of Wireless Communications in Vehicles
Death By Distraction (Gerry Kobe, ai-online)
The Role of Driver Inattention in Crashes: New Statistics From the 1995 Crashworthiness Data System. (Wang, Knipling, and Goodman)
Consumers and In-vehicle Electronics. (Consumer Electronics Association)
The Distracted Driver Campaign: A Lesson in Road Sense Campaign. (Network of Employers for Traffic Safety)
Statement of Principles on human Machine Interface (MHI) for In-Vehicle Information and Communication Systems. (The Commission of the European Communities)
Behavior and Safety When Driving With In-Vehicle Devices That Provide Real-Time Traffic Information (Janssen, Kaptein & Claessens, TNO Human Factors Research Institute)
Is Using a Car Phone Like Driving Drunk? (Redelmeier and Tibshirani)
Cell Phone Use While Driving: Risks and Benefits (K.S. Lissy, J.T. Cohen, M.Y. Park, J.D. Graham)
Optimization of In-Vehicle Information Systems: Japanese Experience with Navigation Systems (Toyota Motor Corporation)
Potential Expansion of the 15-Second Rule (Paul Green, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute)
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