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Study finds that over time using advanced assistive driver technologies can increase unsafe driving behavior.

University research examines impacts of automated vehicle technology.


01/01/2019
Nationwide; United States


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Lesson Learned

Using ADAS resulted in "increased occurrence of distracted driving behaviors."
  • L2 systems did not increase distracted driving behaviors
  • ADAS systems reduced the incidence of speeding behavior by about 6 percent
  • L2 systems increased speeding behaviors
  • While the number of incidences was too small to draw any firm conclusions, MFA partial automation systems appeared to increase drowsy driving incidences.


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Source

Understanding the Impact of Technology: Do Advanced Driver Assistance and Semi-Automated Vehicle Systems Lead to Improper Driving Behavior?

Author: Dunn, Naomi; Thomas Dingus; and Susan Soccolich

Published By: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

Source Date: 01/01/2019

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Chris Bischak
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Nationwide

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United States

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Goal Areas

Safety

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Lesson ID: 2019-00925