Motorcycle & Older Driver


Driving When You Are Taking Medications (Brochure]

Driving When You Are Taking Medications (Brochure]


Product ID: 809 777

This brochure discusses how medications affect driving; driving safety; and resources.  It promotes discussion among older drivers, drivers with medical conditions, families, and doctors.  It was developed in partnership with the American Pharmacists Association and American Society of Consultant Pharmacists to assist decisions about driving safely. Two color, 3.75" x 8.5", six panels.

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http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/medications/index.htm


Driving When You Have Alzheimer's disease (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Alzheimer's disease (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 710

This brochure is intended to assist drivers, their family members, and health care professionals in talking about how Alzheimer's affects driving.  It will prompt discussions about planning for the time when the Alzheimer's patient will have to stop driving.  8.5" x 11", two color, six panels.

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http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/alzheimers/index.html


Driving When You Have Arthritis (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Arthritis (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 686

This brochure includes symptoms of arthritis, how the condition may affect driving, suggested steps drivers may take to increase their driving safety if they have this condition, and resources for drivers with arthritis. It is intended as a discussion tool between patients and their doctor. The pamphlet was developed in partnership with the Arthritis Foundation to assist in making decisions about driving ability, risk, and safety. It may be particularly relevant for older drivers seeking to maintain mobility after being

diagnosed with arthritis. 3.75"x 8.5", two color, six panels.

 

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http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/arthritis/index.htm


Driving When You Have Diabetes (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Diabetes (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 684

This brochure includes information about symptoms of diabetes, how this condition may affect driving, suggested steps drivers may take to increase their driving safety if they have this condition, and relevant resources for drivers with this condition.  This is intended to be a discussion tool between patients and their doctors.  The pamphlet was developed in partnership with the American Diabetes Association to help drivers, especially when making decisions about ability, risk, and safety.  This may be particular relevant for older drivers who are seeking to maintain their mobility after being diagnosed with this condition.  3.5" x 8.5", three color, 6 panels.

 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/diabetes%20web/


Driving When You Have Glaucoma (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Glaucoma (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 595

This brochure includes information about symptoms of the glaucoma vision problem, how this condition may affect driving, suggested steps drivers may take to increase their driving safety if they have this condition, and relevant resources for drivers with this condition.  This is intended to be a discussion tool between patients and their eye doctors.  The pamphlet was developed in partnership with the American Optometric Association to help drivers, especially when making decisions about ability, risk, and safety.  This may be particular relevant for older drivers who are seeking to maintain their mobility after being diagnosed with this condition.  3.5" x 8.5", three color, 6 panels.

 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/Driving_glaucoma/


Driving When You Have Had a Stroke (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Had a Stroke (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 709

This brochure discusses how a stroke may affect driving, suggested steps drivers may take to increase their driving safety if had a stroke, and information resources for families and for drivers who have had a stroke.  It is intended as a discussion tool among stroke victims, their doctors and families.  The brochure was developed in partnership with the American Stroke Association to assist in making decisions about driving ability, risk and safety.  3.75" x 8.5", two color, six panels.

 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/Stroke/index.html


Driving When You Have Had Seizures (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Had Seizures (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 683

This brochure includes symptoms of seizures, how driving may be affected for individuals who have had seizures, suggested steps drivers may take in consultation with their doctors to increase their driving safety if they have had a seizure, and information resources for drivers who have had a seizure. It is intended as a discussion tool among individuals who have had a seizure and their doctor. The pamphlet was developed in partnership with The Epilepsy Foundation to assist in making decisions about driving ability, risk and safety. It may be particularly relevant for older drivers seeking to maintain mobility after having had a seizure. 3.75"x 8.5", black and white, six panels.

 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/Seizures%20Web/


Driving When You Have Parkinson's disease (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Parkinson's disease (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 687

This brochure includes symptoms of Parkinson's, how the condition may affect driving, suggested steps drivers may take to increase their driving safety if they have this condition, and resources for drivers with Parkinson's. It is intended as a discussion tool between patients and their doctor. The pamphlet was developed in partnership with the National Parkinson Foundation and the American Parkinson Disease Association to assist in making decisions about driving ability, risk, and safety. It may be particularly relevant for older drivers seeking to maintain mobility after being diagnosed with Parkinson's. 3.75"x 8.5", two color, six panels.

 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/Parkinsons%20Web/


Driving When You Have Sleep Apnea (Brochure)

Driving When You Have Sleep Apnea (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 685

This brochure discusses how sleep apnea may affect driving, suggested steps drivers may take to increase their driving safety if they have this condition, and information resources for drivers with sleep apnea.  It is intended as a discussion tool among people with this condition, their doctors and family members.  The pamphlet was developed in partnership with the National Sleep Foundation to assist in making decisions about driving ability, risk, and safety.  It may be particularly relevant for older drivers seeking to maintain mobility after being diagnosed with sleep apnea.  3.75" x 8.5", black and white, six pages.

 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/olddrive/sleep%20apnea/images/apnea2005.pdf


How To Understand And Influence Older Drivers [Booklet]

How To Understand And Influence Older Drivers [Booklet]


Product ID: 810 633
This booklet provides information and suggestions that older people can use to make safer driving decisions that are less emotional and more productive.

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Evaluation of Motorcycle Helmet Law Repeal in Arkansas and Texas (Report)

Evaluation of Motorcycle Helmet Law Repeal in Arkansas and Texas (Report)


Product ID: 809 131

This report examines the change in motorcycle helmet use resulting from the 1997 repeal of mandatory helmet laws for motorcycle riders in Arkansas and Texas. Prior to repeal of the law, statewide surveys indicated that helmet use was 97 percent; after repeal, use dropped to between 52 and 66 percent. Corresponding increases in head injuries and fatalities were also observed after repeal of mandatory helmet legislation in these States. Three color, 8.5" x 11", 58 pages.


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Evaluation of the Reinstatement of the Universal Motorcycle Helmet Law in Louisiana
( Fact Sheet)

Evaluation of the Reinstatement of the Universal Motorcycle Helmet Law in Louisiana ( Fact Sheet)


Product ID: 810 956

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Evaluation of the Repeal of Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Kentucky and Louisiana (Report)

Evaluation of the Repeal of Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Kentucky and Louisiana (Report)


Product ID: 809 530
The 1998 universal motorcycle helmet law repeal in Kentucky and the 1999 repeal in Louisiana produced similar effects.  Observed helmet use dropped from nearly full compliance under the laws to the 50 percent range without the laws.  Motorcyclist fatalities increased in the near term by sizeable amounts - by over 50 percent in Kentucky and by 100 percent in Louisiana.  The increase in fatalities in Kentucky and Louisiana were probably due to increased exposure.  The experience in Kentucky and Louisiana is similar to the experience in Arkansas and Texas, two other states that repealed universal laws recently (1997).  This leaves little doubt that such repeals have demonstrable negative safety consequences.  8.5" x 11", two color, 45 pages.

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Evaluation of the Repeal of the All-Rider Motorcycle Helmet Law in Florida (Report)

Evaluation of the Repeal of the All-Rider Motorcycle Helmet Law in Florida (Report)


Product ID: 809 849

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Functional Assessments, Safety Outcomes, and Driving Exposure Measures for Older Drivers

Functional Assessments, Safety Outcomes, and Driving Exposure Measures for Older Drivers


Product ID: 811 630

 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811630.pdf

This project was conducted to provide an objective measure of the relationship between older adults’ scores on a set of driving assessment tools and their (serious point) violations and crashes over a period of 18 months following the assessments. An additional objective was to compare alternative methods of measuring driver exposure. The assessments were performed on 692 participants age 70 and older who visited one of four Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) field offices between September 2008 and June 2009, under NHTSA contract DTNH22-05-D-05043, Task Order 10. The assessments emphasized cognitive performance domains, specifically visuospatial ability, speed of (visual information) processing, divided attention, visual search, working memory, and response planning or “executive function.” Contrast sensitivity was also measured, as well as simple and choice brake reaction time. The functional assessments examined in this research were computer-based and designed to be self-administered, although the assistance of a test administrator was always available and was required for some measures. Univariate and multivariate analyses examined the relationships between functional assessment scores and safety indicators. The measure of “executive function” (maze performance) was highlighted as a significant predictor of crash risk in the study results. This may be of interest to occupational therapy/driving rehabilitation providers as a potentially valuable tool to support clinical evaluations of fitness to drive; and, to developers of screening tools for early warning of driving impairments, and of products meant to educate older drivers and their families about age-related changes that impact safe driving.


How to Identify Unsafe Motorcycle Helmets (Brochure)

How to Identify Unsafe Motorcycle Helmets (Brochure)


Product ID: 807 880
This brochure is intended as a companion to the video Fake Helmets:  Unsafe on Any Head (Item 6A0007).  It lists and discusses the ways law enforcement officials and consumers can identify helmets that may not meet federal standards.  Two color, 4" X 9", 7 pages.
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Identifying Behaviors and Situations Associated with Increased Crash Risk for Older Drives (Report)

Identifying Behaviors and Situations Associated with Increased Crash Risk for Older Drives (Report)


Product ID: 811 093

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Implementation Guide for the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety (Booklet)

Implementation Guide for the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety (Booklet)


Product ID: 810 680

This guide summarizes the major problem areas facing motorcycle safety and provides examples of programs and activities that have been initiated by a wide array of stakeholders in the motorcycling community to implement the recommendations made in the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety.  Additionally, this guide opens up a network of contacts responsible for the programs and activities mentioned should an agency or organization wish to obtain additional information and launch a similar program or activity in their area or jurisdiction.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/people/injury/pedbimot/motorcycle/NAMS2006/index.html


Implementation Guide for the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety (CD)

Implementation Guide for the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety (CD)


Product ID: 810 702
This guide summarizes the major problem areas facing motorcycle safety and provides examples of programs and activities that have been initiated by a wide array of stakeholders in the motorcycling community to implement the recommendations made in the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety.  Additionally, this guide opens up a network of contacts responsible for the programs and activities mentioned should an agency or organization wish to obtain additional information and launch a similar program or activity in their area or jurisdiction.

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Licensing Procedures and Older Drivers

Licensing Procedures and Older Drivers


Product ID: 811 839

This study explored licensing processes across the UnitedStates and conducted in-depth case studies on four States with novel processes not common nationwide. The project aimed to document benefits and unintended consequences of licensing policies intended to reduce risk for older drivers.


Licensing Procedures for Older Drivers

Licensing Procedures for Older Drivers


Product ID: 811 833

This study examined the driver licensing procedures in all 50 States as they apply to the older (65+) driver. A literature review examined reports of possible declines in older driver capabilities and the ability of a driver licensing agency to screen for them. The review also covered studies of licensing policies and procedures that had the potential ability to reduce older driver crash rates. Four special emphasis States (Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, and New Hampshire) were selected for further study because their mix of policies and procedures could theoretically enhance safety. All 4 required shorter renewal periods, in-person renewal, and vision testing for older drivers. In addition, Illinois and New Hampshire were the only States to mandate a road test for every renewal. Six comparison States were identified (Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Vermont, and Wisconsin). Each of the 4 special emphasis and 6 comparison States were treated as a separate case study. A detailed process evaluation was conducted in the emphasis States, and discussions were held with licensing agency managers, license office staff, and older drivers. Managers and staff believed their procedures positively affected safety. Older drivers did not feel unfairly treated and recognized the need for additional screening and self-limitation. Crash measures showed stable or declining crash rates per population for older driver ages in all 10 States. Crashes per licensed driver showed a differential pattern for Illinois and New Hampshire, the 2 States that re-test all drivers 75 and older, as compared to the other 8 States, which could simply be the effect of removing people who do not drive from the license rolls in these 2 States. Additional research to attempt to describe more fully the data patterns uncovered and ways to overcome existing screening limitations, e.g., better vision testing equipment, appears warranted.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811833.pdf


Methodology or Determining Motorcycle Operator Crash Risk and Alcohol Impairment, Volume 1: Synthesi

Methodology or Determining Motorcycle Operator Crash Risk and Alcohol Impairment, Volume 1: Synthesi


Product ID: 810 761

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Motorcycle Crash Causes and Outcomes: Pilot Study

Motorcycle Crash Causes and Outcomes: Pilot Study


Product ID: 811 280

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Motorcycle Safety


Product ID: 807 709

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No Hay Que Ser un Genio Para Cruzar La Calle (Spanish Poster)


Product ID: 811 350

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No Saltaria Sin uo Paracaidas... (Spanish Poster)


Product ID: 811 347

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Peaton, Ponga Atencion...

Peaton, Ponga Atencion...


Product ID: 811 349

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Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety (CD-ROM)

Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety (CD-ROM)


Product ID: 6A0051
English as a Second Language training

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Physician's Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers 2nd Edition

Physician's Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers 2nd Edition


Product ID: 811 298a

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Physicians Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers 2nd.edition(CD)

Physicians Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers 2nd.edition(CD)


Product ID: 811 298B

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Prioritize Recommendations of the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety Final Report

Prioritize Recommendations of the National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety Final Report


Product ID: 811 789

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The National Agenda for Motorcycle Safety (NAMS) is a comprehensive plan to improve United States motorcycle safety in the 21st century. The NAMS was developed by a technical working group of experts representing all constituencies involved in motorcycle safety, led by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF), and published in November 2000 (NHTSA, 2000). The 82 individual NAMS recommendations address the full range of topics and strategies relevant to motorcycle safety: human, vehicle, environmental, and social factors to prevent crashes, reduce injuries in crashes, and care for people injured in crashes. The technical working group prioritized the 82 recommendations into three groups: urgent (4 recommendations), essential (56), and necessary (22).

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811789.pdf 


PROCESS AND OUTCOMES EVALUATION OF OLDER DRIVER SCREENING PROGRAMS:[Report]

PROCESS AND OUTCOMES EVALUATION OF OLDER DRIVER SCREENING PROGRAMS:[Report]


Product ID: 811 113
This technical report explores the sensitivity and specificity of the Assessment of Driving-Related Skills (ADReS) screening tool in predicting errors in a behind-the-wheel assessment.  It contributes to the understanding of the limits of the ADReS and helps define appropriate expectations of what an individual's performance on the different elements of the tool mean for their driving safety.

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Project Green-Yellow-Red (A Social Marketing Initiative to Reduce Impaired Motorcycle Operation)

Project Green-Yellow-Red (A Social Marketing Initiative to Reduce Impaired Motorcycle Operation)


Product ID: 811 095
This report discusses the implementation and evaluation of a community-based social marketing initiative conducted in Dane and Jefferson Counties, Wisconsin, to educate motorcycle riders about the dangers associated with operating a motorcycle under the influence of alcohol.  As part of this initiative, a coalition of tavern and restaurant owners, law enforcement officials, local businesses, members of the motorcycle riding community, community activists was formed to reduce the incidence of drinking and riding.  This report describes the program and its operation, and compares data with other counties in Wisconsin where the program was not implemented.

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Promising Practices In Motorcycle Rider Education and Licensing (Booklet)

Promising Practices In Motorcycle Rider Education and Licensing (Booklet)


Product ID: 809 922 (cd)

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Promising Practices in Motorcycle Rider Education and licensing CD

Promising Practices in Motorcycle Rider Education and licensing CD


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Research Shows Most Women Aren't Attracted to Dead Guys

Research Shows Most Women Aren't Attracted to Dead Guys


Product ID: 810 701
This poster features an attractive blond astride a motorcycle and makes the point that alcohol and motorcycles don't mix.  One color, 8.5" x 11".

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Ride Straight - Its A Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Brochure)

Ride Straight - Its A Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 632

It's a fact:  Alcohol affects your riding skills - so ride straight.  Riding a motorcycle takes coordination, balance and most important, good judgment.  Alcohol, more than any other single factor, can rob you of your ability to think clearly and ride safely.  3.5"" x 8.5", full color, six panels.

Ride Straight - Its A Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills


Ride Straight - It's a Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Fact Sheet)

Ride Straight - It's a Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Fact Sheet)


Product ID: 809 633
As with drivers of other types of vehicles, that loss of skill and judgment -- and the danger it poses -- is a potential problem anywhere motorcyclists ride after consuming alcohol. This fact sheet presents information on how alcohol affects your riding skills and answers some commonly asked questions. 8.5" 11", full color, one side.

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Ride Straight - PSA

Ride Straight - PSA


Product ID: 6V0014
In partnership with the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), NHTSA produces several impaired-riding public information and education materials including posters, a brochure, and a fact sheet.  Additionally, a Web site www.ridestraight.com, has been created to serve as a resource for impaired-riding information and resources.  Full color, total running time :30 seconds.

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Ride Straight (Kit)

Ride Straight (Kit)


Product ID: 6P0188
This kit contains three posters (6P0181, 6P0182, 6P0183), two ad Slicks (6P0186, 6P0187), a fact sheet (6P0185) and brochure (6P0184).

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Ride Straight. The Truth About Bar Hopping (Poster)


Product ID: 809 630
It's a fact:  Alcohol affects your riding skills-so ride straight.  Riding a motorcycle takes coordination, balance and most important, good judgement.  Alcohol, more than any other single factor, can rob you of your ability to think clearly and ride safely.  14" x 18", full color.

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Riders Helping Riders (CD-ROM)

Riders Helping Riders (CD-ROM)


Product ID: 811 198

Riders Helping Riders is an instructional program designed to encourage motorcyclists to intervene to prevent orther motorcyclists from orperting a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.


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Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (Motorcycle Visual Detection Cues)DVD

Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (Motorcycle Visual Detection Cues)DVD


Product ID: 811 412

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Straight Down the Road [Brochure]

Straight Down the Road [Brochure]


Product ID: 808 442
This brochure discusses the social, legal and personal consequences of being arrested while riding your motorcycle impaired.  Full color, 4.25" x 11".
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Summary of Vehicle Occupant Protection and Motorcycle Laws, Eleventh Edition

Summary of Vehicle Occupant Protection and Motorcycle Laws, Eleventh Edition


Product ID: 811 768
This publication provides summary charts of the key provisions of State occupant protection laws and motorcycle laws, and detailed lists of these laws in every State. Such laws include requiring the use of (1) seat belts, (2) child passenger restraint devices, and (3) motorcycle or bicycle helmets. Also included are laws concerning age restrictions for motorcycle passengers and laws that prohibit riding in the bed of a pickup truck. Except as noted, the status of the State laws reported is as of April 1, 2012.

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The Detection of DWI Motorcyclists (Brochure) March 2013

The Detection of DWI Motorcyclists (Brochure) March 2013


Product ID: 807 856N

NHTSA sponsored research to develop a set of behavioral cues to be used by law enforcement personnel to detect motorcyclists who are operating their
vehicles while intoxicated. The researchers began by interviewing experienced patrol officers from across the country to determine what behavioral cues have
been used to detect impaired motorcyclists. A few, primarily motorcycle officers, suggested cues that reflected considerable understanding of the mental and
physical requirements of riding a motorcycle. Others believed the cues to be identical to those used to detect impaired drivers. But some officers, even those
with many years of experience, reported they believe there are no cues that can be used to distinguish DWI from unimpaired motorcycle operation.

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The Effect of Sight Distance Training on the Visual Scanning of Motorcycle Riders

The Effect of Sight Distance Training on the Visual Scanning of Motorcycle Riders


Product ID: 811 690

This study used eye tracker technology to monitor where motorcycle riders were looking as they rode over an open road course and a closed course. The purpose of the project was to determine if visual behavior differs between beginner
riders who have received training on sight distance, beginner riders who have not received training, and experienced riders. An additional objective was to develop the data acquisition system necessary to collect these data, and
to demonstrate the feasibility of collecting eye-tracking data on the open road from riders with a variety of experience levels.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811690.pdf


The Effect of Sight Distance Training on the Visual Scanning of Motorcycle Riders

The Effect of Sight Distance Training on the Visual Scanning of Motorcycle Riders


Product ID: 811 689

Very little is known about the effect of motorcycle rider training on visual scanning and sight distance techniques in naturalistic riding situations. This study collected naturalistic data from a mix of novice and experienced motorcycle riders on a closed course and an open course. A custom data acquisition system was developed that monitored the motorcycle rider’s head motions, visual behavior, motorcycle speed, GPS location, and motorcycle pitch, yaw, and roll. A portable eye tracker system actively tracked visual behavior and gaze movement of the motorcycle rider as he or she rode over a closed course and an open road course at two 6-month intervals. There were three groups of riders. One group of beginner riders had recently received their motorcycle endorsement and completed the Team Oregon Basic Rider Training course (beginner-trained). A second group of beginner riders had recently received their motorcycle endorsement but had not enrolled in any type of motorcycle rider training program (beginner-untrained). The third group consisted of experienced riders with a minimum of 5 years and 15,000 miles of riding experience (experienced).

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811689.pdf


You're Not a Kid Anymore (Brochure)

You're Not a Kid Anymore (Brochure)


Product ID: 808 443
This brochure targets motorcycle riders 25 and younger, and provides a series of facts about safe riding with an emphasis on riding sober.  Riders are urged to ride with the headlight on, wear helmets, and proper eye wear, and wear appropriate clothing. Full color, 11" x 4.25", 4 pages.

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