New York, NY (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
A new driving bill was approved in New Jersey. In response to it, driving simulation company Stisim Drive recommended a driving simulation system that would help people improve their behind-the-wheel skills.
According to the report from nj.com, which was posted on November 25, 2013, the bill was sponsored by Assembly Transportation Committee Chairman John Wisniewski of D-Middlesex. And particularly, it was said that it expands the texting while driving violation.
Based on the report, the new bill would basically ban drivers from getting into any activity that could disrupt the safe operation of the vehicle. Besides texting, that includes eating, applying make-up, playing a video and a bunch of other things. The fine it would impose to those who violate it would be the same with cellphone using.
Below is an excerpt from the report by nj.com.
“A state lawmaker wants to expand New Jersey’s ban on using handheld cell phones while driving to include anything that could be considered distracted driving.
The Assembly Transportation Committee today voted 12-0 to approve a bill (A4461) sponsored by committee chairman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex) that would ban drivers from engaging in “any activity unrelated to the actual operation of a motor vehicle in a manner that interferes with the safe operation of the vehicle on a public road or highway.”
With thousands of people dying every day due to car accidents, safe driving must be really observed, driving simulator company, Stisim Drive said. And as it commented, this new bill would definitely help drivers straighten out their bad habits.
However, the company cited that bad habits aren't the only cause of vehicular accidents. Wrong on-the-road decisions and poor driving skills could also lead to fatal incidents, it stated.
Hence, apart from avoiding those negligent driving habits, Stisim Drive asserted that an individual must also sharpen his or her behind-the-wheel skill and decision-making. And to that, it stressed that driving simulators are a great help.
With those machines, the company stated that a driver could practice over and again being in various road scenes without actually putting anyone in danger. That, it said, makes a person prepared to any driving situation.
However, out of all the driving simulation sytems, Stisim Drive said that its own driving simulation systems are the best for drivers, researchers and instructors to use. As it reasoned out, that's because they offer cost-effective and reliable results as products of its 25 years in the industry. Moreover, it added that its STISIM Drive® software is loaded with so many possible road scenarios that any driver could encounter in real-life driving.
To learn more about Stisim Drive and its driving simulation systems, readers could visit its official website at http://stisimdrive.com/.