NTSI’s program significantly reduces violations and collisions amongst Florida drivers
The Florida State Legislature commissioned a study to assess the effectiveness of driver improvement programs in reducing crashes and violation recidivism. Through a statistical analysis, Florida’s Department of Motor Vehicles found that:
- NTSI’s program is superior to other training programs evaluated at reducing both recidivism and collisions
- NTSI’s program significantly reduces violations
- NTSI’s program significantly reduces collisions
Studies were conducted using both a control group and a treatment group. NTSI program and the programs of six others were included in the study. The data for the study is supplied by Florida’s Information Systems Administration (ISA).
Grosz, Milton J. (1997). State of Florida Driver Improvement Course Evaluation:
Analysis of Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) Courses.