Hazard perception test among young inexperienced drivers and risk analysis while driving through a T-junction


  • Md Faysal Kabir Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology Arunachal Pradesh, Jote, India
  • Sahadev Roy Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology Arunachal Pradesh, Jote, India




Accident Analysis, decision making, driver situation awareness, Intersection design, Modeling of driver reaction time, T-junction, Traffic Accidents


In this article, the hazard-based accident duration model and the reaction time due to various types of distractions are considered. This analysis is mainly considered T-junction or T-junctions like all other forms of road geometries which are more prone to accident. The model proposed is constructed by using a electronics devices along with driving simulator, to study the behavior of the yang inexperienced drivers as well as an experienced driver about their reaction by calling their phone from unknown numbers intentionally. The results show that drivers distracted by mobile phones uses the hard breaking due to least available time to respond after identification of an event. Some of the research and theory bearing on decision making and risk perception, driver situation awareness, and possible mediators of risk-taking is also analyzed here.


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How to Cite

Kabir, M. F., & Roy, S. . (2023). Hazard perception test among young inexperienced drivers and risk analysis while driving through a T-junction. Decision Making: Applications in Management and Engineering, 6(1), 1–17. https://doi.org/10.31181/dmame181221015k