U.S. DOT proposes guidelines to address driver distraction

U.S. DOT proposes guidelines to address driver distraction

Home / News | posted on 25 11 2016

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released proposed guidelines to help address driver distraction caused by mobile and other electronic devices in vehicles.

The proposed, voluntary guidelines are designed to encourage portable and aftermarket electronic device developers to design products that, when used while driving, reduce the potential for driver distraction. The guidelines encourage manufacturers to implement features such as pairing, where a portable device is linked to a vehicle's infotainment system, as well as Driver Mode, which is a simplified user interface.

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