Page 1 of 1

NHTSA Naturalistic driving studies

Posted: Mon Jul 27, 2015 12:04 pm
by MSI
NHTSA Naturalistic driving studies
“100 Car” Study:
  • A key to the development of effective crash countermeasures is an understanding of pre-crash causal and contributing factors. This research effort was initiated to provide an unprecedented level of detail concerning driver performance, behavior, environment, driving context and other factors that were associated with critical incidents, near crashes and crashes for 100 drivers across a period of one year. A primary goal was to provide vital exposure and pre-crash data necessary for understanding causes of crashes, supporting the development and refinement of crash avoidance countermeasures, and estimating the potential of these countermeasures to reduce crashes and their consequences.
Databases from the 100-Car study are available for public use on the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute website:

Dingus, T. A., Klauer, S. G., Neale, V. L., Petersen, A., Lee, S. E., Sudweeks, J., Perez, M. A., Hankey, J., Ramsey, D., Gupta, S., Bucher, C., Doerzaph, Z. R., Jermeland, J., and Knipling, R. R.(2006) The 100-Car Naturalistic Driving Study, Phase II - Results of the 100-Car Field Experiment DOT HS 810 593

Vicki L. Neale, Thomas A. Dingus, Sheila G. Klauer, Jeremy Sudweeks, Michael Goodman (2005) An Overview of The 100-Car Naturalistic Driving Study and Findings