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distracted driving from a motorcyclist’s perspective.

Distracted driving: a motorcyclist’s view

Stacy Emert sees distracted driving from a different perspective to most road users. That’s because she’s a motorcyclist and is on high alert to...
Nearly 27.5 million people still do not buckle up. NHTSA data shows there were 10,428 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States in 2016.

Ten good reasons to wear a seat belt

It’s one of the most basic rules of safe driving and one of the easiest ways all drivers can help avoid injury—or worse—in the...
Study by Dr Rachel Aldred at the University of Westminster into cycling safety

When it comes to cycling, there’s safety in numbers

A just-published study into the risks of cycling in London, UK, has found that roads with more cyclists are safer. The researchers who carried out...
With online shopping regarded as one of the most popular online activities worldwide (global online sales reached 2.3 trillion U.S. dollars in 2017) and customers increasingly expecting next-day delivery as standard, it’s no surprise that last-mile delivery companies are feeling the pressure.

The last mile: balancing customer expectations with driver safety

With online shopping regarded as one of the most popular online activities worldwide (global online sales reached 2.3 trillion U.S. dollars in 2017) and...
Think you could give up distracted driving for good? All it takes is acceptance of the risks. In this final stage of our Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D. explains the simple steps all drivers can take to resist distracted driving for the long-term.

Distraction Denial Stage 7: Accepting the facts

What does it take to give up distracted driving for good? According to eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D., accepting the facts is the...
Distraction Denial Stage 6: I can’t afford to lose the productivity, I’ll take the risk

Distraction Denial Stage 6: I can’t afford to lose the productivity,...

How do mobile phone bans for employee drivers really impact on productivity? In Stage 6 of our Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning...
From entertainment systems and navigation to internet hotspots and voice-delivered text messages, modern cars have it all. But, while having the latest technologies in their vehicle might make a driver feel safe, such technologies can cause cognitive distractions and increase risk for drivers

Distraction Denial Stage 5: My car’s technology makes me safe

From entertainment systems and navigation to internet hotspots and voice-delivered text messages, modern cars have it all. But are the latest technologies helping to...
Seven Stages of Distraction Denial with Dr Paul Atchley, Stage 4, Hands-free phone calls are OK

Distraction Denial Stage 4: Hands-free calls are OK

What’s the difference between a hand-held phone conversation and a hands-free phone conversation while driving? In Stage 4 of our Seven Stages of Distraction Denial...
In this third instalment of the Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D. reveals just how risky it is to text at stoplights to help managers and drivers understand the real impacts of distracted driving.

Distraction Denial Stage 3: It’s OK to text at stoplights

Is texting at stoplights any safer than texting while in moving traffic? In this third instalment of the Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning...
In this second article of the Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D. uncovers the myths about multitasking to help managers and drivers understand the real impacts of distracted driving.

Distraction Denial Stage 2: I am really good at multitasking

In this second instalment of the Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D. uncovers the myths about multitasking to...
Distracted driving is one of the biggest problems facing managers of employee drivers. But how can driver managers take action against distractions? And how can managers maintain an efficient and productive workforce if drivers aren’t able to communicate? It comes down to dispelling the myths around distracted driving, including revealing exactly how cell phone bans impact on productivity

Distraction Denial Stage 1: I am a better driver than most

Distracted driving is one of the biggest problems facing managers of employee drivers. But how can driver managers take action against distractions? And how...
Fleet managers are in a key position to observe the potential impact of fatigue at work and help employees take preventative action against drowsy driving. Here are sleep expert Shelby Harris' tips for managers:

Fatigue management: helping employees avoid drowsy driving collisions

Driver fatigue could be a factor in up to ten percent of crashes, according to a recently published AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety report. That’s much...
Road safety charity Brake has announced that its Fleet Safety Awards 2018 are now open for entries in the UK and Australasia. Categories include company driver safety awards, fleet safety innovation, fleet safety product, safe vehicles, road risk manager of the year and outstanding commitment to road safety.

Five reasons for organizations to enter fleet safety awards

Road safety charity Brake has announced that its Fleet Safety Awards 2018 are open for entries in the UK and Australasia. Categories include company...
With millions of travellers preparing to hit the roads this Easter weekend, it’s important for drivers and passengers to do all they can to ensure a safe trip.

Tips for distraction-free travel this Easter weekend

Distracted driving is a risk factor on the road at any time, but as millions of families prepare to take to the roads over...
Until all vehicles are fitted with rear crash prevention technology, eDriving driving instructor Rob McCarthy gives his top three tips for drivers that are forced to back up in parking lots.

Steps to help prevent backup collisions

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has announced the introduction of a new rear crash prevention ratings program to identify vehicles with technology...