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A recent study provides insights into driver attitudes and knowledge about emerging advanced driver assistance systems technologies. more »
Vehicle education safety initiative from the UI and National Safety Council recognized for animated video educating drivers about the importance of understanding a vehicle's safety technologies and how to use them correctly. more »
NADS and UI showcase efforts to curb drowsy driving more »
A recent multi-year study at NADS examined the interaction between cannabis, alcohol and driving more »
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