Traffic Safety and Human Behavior

Traffic Safety and Human Behavior

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Describes the basic research procedures used in the area of driving behavior and highway safety.In the NHTSA crash a 3, 015-pound barrier is moved into a standing vehicle at a speed of 38.5 mph (62 km/h). ... The vehicle occupants are crash test dummies buckled in the driver and rear passenger seats (both on the side of the impacting vehicle). The injury ratings are indicators of a serious injury (requiring hospitalization and life threatening), but are based on injuries to the chest only ( not the head).

Title:Traffic Safety and Human Behavior
Author: David Shinar
Publisher:Elsevier - 2007

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