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Coping with distractions—the task for driver training and education.
Crikey! It’s cognitively complex.
Driver distraction - a factor in level crossing fatalities.
Driver distraction related crashes in New Zealand.
Driver distraction: A law enforcement perspective.
Driver distraction: A review of the literature.
Driver distraction: Breakdowns of a multi-level control process.
Driver distraction: Reflections on the past, present and future.
Driver state monitoring to mitigate distraction.
Drivers’ attitudes, awareness and knowledge about driver distractions: Research from two central Sydney communities.
Fatigue and coping with driver distraction.
In-vehicle technologies, Advanced driver assistance systems and driver distraction: Research challenges.
Investigation of the interaction between visual impairment and multi-tasking on driving performance.
Key findings from focus group research on inside-the-vehicle distractions in New Zealand.
NOGOs with driver distraction.
Regulation by design; not crisis.
Roadside advertising - A driver distraction by design.
Technology and driver distraction - the need for industry guidelines.
Work-related driving and driver distraction: Using the Haddon matrix to identify and manage the distractions.
‘Visual clutter’ and external-to-vehicle driver distraction.
Creating safer drivers.
Improving the safety of kiss and drop zones at schools: The Stay Safe Rangers at Balgowlah Heights Public School.
Targeting road safety interventions at young workers and family members through the workplace.
Road safety advertising and social marketing.
A road safety strategy for Norfolk Island, an Australian external territory
Use of personal mobility devices for first-and-last mile travel: The Macquarie-Ryde trial
Motivations during the learning to drive process - Case studies of NSW learners and their parents