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Impact of Sleeper Berth Usage on Driver Fatigue, Final Project Report
(United States. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 2002)
The goal of this project was to assess the impact that sleeper berth usage has on operator alertness. Forty-seven males and nine females participated in this study, constituting 13 teams and 30 single drivers. All drivers ...
Synthesis of Literature and Operating Safety Practices Related to Cell Phone/Personal Data Assistant Use in Commercial Truck and Bus Operations (Technical Report)
(United States. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 2011-04)
There is an increasing awareness of the role of driver distraction in commercial motor vehicle crashes. This study presents the results of efforts to expand current knowledge of truck and motorcoach industry practices ...
Radio Tuning Effects on Visual and Driving Performance Measures: Simulator and Test Track Studies
(United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2013-05)
Existing driver distraction guidelines for visual-manual device interface operation specify traditional manual radio tuning as a reference task. This project evaluated the radio tuning reference task through two activities. ...