New research points to alarming trends in public perception and behaviour around driving under the influence (DUI) of cannabis as opposed to alcohol.
- Health & Medicine
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Have you ever felt the urge to jump behind the wheel of your car to gather your thoughts? Do you find the drive home from work therapeutic?
- Mind & Brain
Distracted Driving on the Rise, but Rather Than the Problem, Expert Says Technology Could Be the Solution
In the digital age, an increased desire for constant online connection has created safety hazards for drivers on the road.
It’s possible that at some point as a child, your parents told you that turning the car’s inside lights on while driving was a crime.
Aggressive drivers drive faster and with more mistakes than non-aggressive drivers, putting other road users at risk.
Safety measures need to be strengthened for older cyclists and pedestrians.
Did you know that driving can improve your mental health? A recent study found that driving can be an effective way to reduce stress and anxiety.
Learning to drive? Driving is an incredibly valuable life skill to have and one that can improve your life in many ways.
With a number of train strikes taking place this week, traffic on UK roads will inevitably surge.
Are you planning on taking a road trip soon? If so, it’s important to prepare your body and mind for the long drive.
- Special Needs
This study is part of a body of research that aims to understand the transportation needs of autistic adolescents.
In road accidents it is not always the person who makes the mistake who pays with their lives.
A recent survey found that as many as 66% of Americans experience driving anxiety on the road.
Driving is a daily necessity, and it’s an integral part of our lives.
While vehicle GPS systems offer valuable information for drivers, they increase the risks for deadly crashes and injuries.