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Traffic crashes are the single greatest killer of 15 to 24 year olds in OECD countries, and, although data is not always available, the situation appears to be no better in other, non-OECD countries. This web text focuses on young and novice drivers in the age group of 18-24, addressing the magnitude and nature of the problem, and it discusses effective countermeasures.
Magnitude of the problem
In every crash and fatality statistic, 16-24 year old drivers are greatly over-represented, with risks a factor 2 to 3 times higher than those of more experienced drivers. They pose a greater risk to themselves, their passengers and to other road users than other drivers do. In young driver crashes, for each young driver killed, about 1.3 others also die (e.g. passengers and other road users). Young driver crashes differ from those of more experienced drivers, in that more young drivers crashes happen at night, are often single vehicle crashes (with no other vehicles involved), frequently as a result of ‘loss of control’ and high speeds. Even alcohol consumption in low quantities has a greater impact on youngsters than on experienced drivers.
Underlying factors contributing to this risk
Young drivers’ high crash rates primarily result from immaturity, lack of experience, impairment, and lifestyles associated with their age and their gender. Young men in particular are often over-confident about their driving skills.
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Driving instructors are the key persons in transmitting road safety strategies and attitudes to drivers. Not all aspects of safe driving can be tested in the driving test. Therefore an efficient transmission of the key messages for safe driving is essential. The better qualified driving instructors are the more they can influence the later driving behavior of their learner drivers.
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To have driving instructors who are real safety experts is a basic precondition for reducing the high accident involvement of novice drivers on European roads. Most importantly, the driving instructor training and testing curriculum must correspond to the demands of road safety.“ (Foreword from the EU-MERIT Project). The driving trainer is the foundation for safe drivers. The driving instructor must be able to plan, implement and evaluate driver training effectively and meaningfully using the knowledge, skills and understanding related to theses topics. Comprehensive knowledge of the Goals for Driver Education, in the form of the GDE* matrix
Familiarity with a wide range of communication, teaching and motivational skills, with a particular emphasis on targeting self-evaluation skills amongst learner drivers (right column of GDE matrix). Ability to assess the skills of the learner driver and to identify and address shortcomings. Ability to drive in a consistently high social, defensive and environmentally-friendly manner. Knowledge of the official training curriculum and/or driving test requirements for applicants for a driving licence. Highly experienced trainers offer their long-lasting experience in training the trainers.
Laws – Regulations – Vehicle mechanics – Education – Physics – Psychology – Driving – The GDE*-Matrix-Project: Demand for the whole Personality
The ambitious project, the road safety experts in their meeting discussed, is the so-called “GDE Matrix” (Driving Goals for Education) – that is defining and achieving goals in driver training. Responsibility for road traffic must be learned and practiced, in particular, the driver of tomorrow should realistically assess himself as to his skills and reaction.
The experts therefore urge an early intensive engagement with motivation, attitude and self-assessment during driver training and testing. Since 2004, in Norway, the accident risk of young novice drivers is subject of discussion sessions and group exercises among driving students. In countries with a second training phase such as Finland, Austria and Germany group exercises and feedback about driving behaviour have long been a standard of this additional training unit. The Goals of Driver Education model developed by Mika Hatakka, Esko Keskinen, and the other Finnish traffic psychologists (the GDE matrix)
The examiner is at the edge of setting the standard for drivers on public roads. Highly experienced trainers offer their long-lasting experience in training the examiners. the service is provided in the following categories;
- Heavy Goods Vehicles
- Light Vehicle
- Mechanical Equipment
Starting with preparations,
- Analysis of status quo
- Setting up of standards for driving tests
- Education of driving examiners in all fields;
- Own driving
- Dealing with applicants
- Practical test
appropriate measures to be taken to come to an international recognized level.