The use of machine learning improves the assessment of drug-induced driving behaviour.

van der Wall HEC, Doll RJ, van Westen GJP, Koopmans I, Zuiker RG, Burggraaf J, Cohen AF

Car-driving performance is negatively affected by the intake of alcohol, tranquillizers, sedatives and sleep deprivation. Although several studies have shown that the standard deviation of the lateral position on the road (SDLP) is sensitive to drug-induced changes in simulated and real driving performance tests, this parameter alone might not fully assess and quantify deviant or unsafe driving.