Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
Researchers have discovered that one drink could already affect the driving skills of aging drivers. In response to it, Stisim Drive recommended training with a driving simulation system stating that it could do the opposite.
Based on a post from futurity.org dated March 10, 2014, the study was published in the journal Psychopharmacology. It shared that it was conducted by Sara Jo Nixon, professor in the departments of psychiatry and psychology at the University of Florida, and her colleagues.
The post relayed that the study found out that a single drink could already affect the driving skill of drivers particularly aging from 55 to 70. And so, it detailed that it suggested it's about time to re-assess the legal blood alcohol levels, which limit is 0.08.
Here is an excerpt from the said post.
“A single drink can affect the driving ability of older drivers, according to new research that suggests it may be time to reassess legal blood alcohol levels.
Researchers tested how drinking legally non-intoxicating levels of alcohol affect the driving skills of two age groups: 36 people ages 25 to 35 and 36 people ages 55 to 70. Although neither age group imbibed enough alcohol to put them over the legal driving limit, a blood alcohol level of 0.08, just one drink can affect the driving abilities of older drivers.”
According to Stisim Drive, the discovery of this recent study must be taken as a warning not just of aging drivers but of young drivers as well not to drink and drive. And as it cited, that's because it could save people's lives, including their own.
However, the company said that alcohol drinking is not the only thing that could decline a person's driving skill. And so, to hone it, Stisim Drive suggested training with a driving simulator system. As it assured, it could definitely do the opposite and help anyone stay safe while behind-the-wheel.
The company explained that driving simulation particularly allows a person to practice driving in various scenes. That, it said, enables him to make better on-the-road decision making while improving his abilities to maneuver.
Nonetheless, of all the systems that could be used for the process, Stisim Drive believes that its driving simulators are the best anyone could purchase. It said that they offer reliable and cost-effective outputs, just as they had been perfected to do so for the past 25 years.
Moreover, it pointed out their Stisim Drive software is open, programmable and expandable. As it said, that means it could be customized to meet anyone's need.
For more information about it, the company invites everyone to visit its website at stisimdrive.com.