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Teens with ADHD and Driving

It goes with the territory. All adolescents are at some increased risk of distracted driving. Those with ADHD are especially vulnerable. This fact was reinforced by a study published in the JAMA Pediatrics recently. “ADHD appears to impact specific driving behaviors,” according of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital researcher, Megan Narad, one of the authors of this study. “Both maintaining a consistent speed and central, consistent lane position require constant attention to the road and one’s surroundings,’ she added.

 

Such sustained attention is difficult for the person with ADHD.
The study involved adolescents aged 16 and 17 years with or without ADHD participating in a simulated driving class which monitored driving under various conditions. In conclusion, the study clearly demonstrated that both ADHD and texting while driving present serious risks to driving performance of teens.

 
Other studies have pointed out that teen drivers with ADHD are 8 times more likely to lose their license, 4 times more likely to be involved in a collision, 3 times more likely to sustain a serious injury and 2 to 4 times more likely to receive a moving vehicle violation. These risks are not surprising considering that the core symptoms of ADHD are inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity—all conditions that affect focus and concentration.

 

One encouraging finding in other studies is that treatment with stimulant medication at optimum levels improve driving performance of teens with ADHD in a significant way. Thus teens with ADHD who are driving should take their prescribed medication on a regular basis without holidays.

 

Other suggestions that can help the teen drive more safely are the following commonsense precautions:

 
Always wear a seatbelt
Never drink and drive
Never drive while sleepy
No cell phone use while driving
Pay attention to surroundings—be aware if traffic is slowing, etc.
Select a radio station or recording device (CD or MP3 player) before starting the trip
Know ahead of time the directions to your destination
No speeding, follow all traffic signs
Minimize night time driving
No tailgating
Inform parents of your destination and return time.

 
Other studies suggest that teens with ADHD may need more intense driver education. Also with many teens with ADHD, delaying driving for a year or two thus allowing more time for maturity to develop would be wise.

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