Driving Will Never Be The Same
MotorMind by AlertDriving starts where typical web-based driver training ends
Building upon our industry leading defensive driver training program, MotorMind forces drivers to re-evaluate deep-rooted beliefs that lead to dangerous driving behaviour. Here’s how it works:
- Start with a common, dangerous belief affecting driver behavior.
- Present a compelling fact that challenges the belief.
- Engage with an interactive exercise to trigger an alternative belief.
- Connect on an emotional level, as each exercise is tied to a specific emotion.
BUILT TO PERMANENTLY CHANGE DRIVER BEHAVIOR
MotorMind by AlertDriving challenges drivers to explore different perspectives on common crash causes.
Debunk Dangerous Beliefs
Each lesson debunks a commonly held, dangerous driving belief, engaging the driver with shocking statistics and interactive exercises.
Learn By Doing
Each lesson combines elements of gamification with auditory and visual exercises, providing the driver with a deep understanding of the topic being explored.
New Way of Thinking
Each lesson presents the driver with an alternative belief — one that leads to improved risk perception and permanent behavioral change.
Attitude: Multitasking Myth
The ability to multitask safely behind the wheel is a myth, yet distracted driving continues to be the fastest growing crash cause worldwide. This interactive training illustrates the cognitive limits that make effective multitasking impossible.
The Other Motorist: Change Blindness
Drivers can only pay attention to a limited amount of information at one time. This interactive training proves that drivers often miss important details in busy driving situations, and provides techniques to increase awareness of other road users.
Danger Zones: Conflict Points
Intersections contain dozens of points where high severity incidents are common. This interactive training helps drivers visualize the risks that exist at intersections, and provides tips to navigate intersections safely.
Scanning: Pedestrian Psychology
Pedestrians are the most vulnerable road users, often unpredictable and almost invisible to drivers. This interactive training offers strategies for sharing the road safely with pedestrians.
Space Management: Backing Blind
A limited field of view makes reversing one of the most dangerous driving maneuvers. This interactive training demonstrates how to use mirrors and technology to reverse safely.
Speed Management: Speed Vs. Reaction Time
At high speeds, drivers can crash before they have time to react to a sudden hazard. This interactive training tests a driver's reaction time, explains the physical forces behind a high-speed collision, and offers strategies to drive safely.