State driving licensing systems mostly examine for a level of functional competence, a level of understanding of the road ordinance and acceptable eye sight. This has been the accepted practice since drivers licenses were introduced decades ago. As +92% of crashes are caused by drivers unsafe acts, many of which are linked to drivers sub-conscious patterns of behaviour, it makes sense to identify the areas which may cause drivers to commit the unsafe act.
Using the Driver Assess driver behaviour profiler as part of the licensing system enables the driver to make changes to his behaviour (if required) before he is granted a license. It enables the State to determine whether the risk profile of an individual driver meets its requirements for the issuing of a license and, in the case of a demerit system, to require a driver to show demonstrable changes to to his risk profiler before being permitted to drive again.
Emotions drive people, people drive cars
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