Safe driving in a green world: a review of driver performance benchmarks and technologies to support 'smart' driving.

@article{Young2011SafeDI,
  title={Safe driving in a green world: a review of driver performance benchmarks and technologies to support 'smart' driving.},
  author={Mark S. Young and Stewart A. Birrell and Neville A. Stanton},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2011},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={533-9}
}
Road transport is a significant source of both safety and environmental concerns. With climate change and fuel prices increasingly prominent on social and political agendas, many drivers are turning their thoughts to fuel efficient or 'green' (i.e., environmentally friendly) driving practices. Many vehicle manufacturers are satisfying this demand by offering green driving feedback or advice tools. However, there is a legitimate concern regarding the effects of such devices on road safety--both… CONTINUE READING
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