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Title: International Virtualized Automobile Driving Test
Authors: Arwa M. Ali 
Supervisor: Prof. Muhammad Sarfraz
Keywords: Hypotheses
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher:  Kuwait university - college of graduate studies
Abstract: An essential part of an effective civil society is the establishment of desirable automobile-driving performance. Evidence shows that driver’s road education reduces incident risks and violations and recommends adopting vehicle-handling assessment. The aim of this study is to prepare the novice with knowledge and skills prior practical evaluation to generate better driving trend. Also, this study proposes the idea of international online driving assessment using information technology as well as virtual graphic environment. This research performs a mixed method pattern that involves in-depth knowledge on driving practices and performance, design development, and quantitative analysis. Additionally, it implements a cross-sectional survey to evaluate the significance of having automobile driving e-testing and online guide as a formal requirement to licence assessments. Findings would suggest the necessity to have such graphical assistance to help improve driving skills, awareness, and optimization to space and time.
Appears in Programs:1730 Information Technology

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