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Call for examples of
Successful Avoidance From
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Updated Dec.21, 1996: Site-map
No blame on my intelligent, ambitious friends and former colleagues,
but practical experience is not required from the individual researcher in this non-industrial system.
Does that ignorance of practise explain why ...
Some years ago I had a similar experience, and many of us have numerous less dramatic incidents, which may form a pattern, useful in driver education.
In a recent VETA project, the gathering in seminars of Swedish driving teachers revealed such patterns very clearly. However, that dealt with non-licensed Learners. The driving schools have professional methods, indeed, to allow for Learner mistakes and still protecting them from damage and injuries.
Now we want to proceed from Learners to ordinary drivers and find out for them how the most experienced drivers act, when a fellow road user has got lost.
As a first step, we kindly ask for your Email description to firstname.lastname@example.org on your accident avoidance experience. No particular structure is required now. If and when the response is sufficient, we will approach potential sponsors and hopefully return to the respondents with both funds and more specific plans.
As soon as my time allows, I will prepare a form for structured reporting (which may be anonymous, if you like) via VETA ombudsman
understand Swedish, a form is already available
at GeoCities server in the U.S.
Check in later to find a link to forthcoming forms in English, which will be posted at the VETA Homepage
Best Wishes from
Charter Chairman of the non-profit VETA society
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