This evaluation is done in order to help a potential driver learn the skills needed to drive safely and measures whether or not the driver possesses efficient mental and psychomotor abilities required for driving. Within this evaluation; the driver is given a computer-based standardized test. Basic cognitive skills such as : attention, perception, memory, observation and judgment are required for driving. Respectively, these cognitive skills are matched with the following skills required for safe driving: eye-hand coordination, reaction time, peripheral vision, speed-distance estimation and estimation of collision time. Possessing these skills, making decisions according to the rules and using the correct motor movements can be considered the first step for preventing car accidents and driving safely.
At our Psychotechnic evaluation center, the potential driver's following skills are measured:
Basic mental capabilities and psychomotor abilities such as visual perception and following can be measured and according to these measurements, an evaluation is made about the potential driver.