CREATING NEW PERSPECTIVES TO PROMOTE HEALTHY CHOICES

Safety Features to Look for in a Distracted Driving Simulator

Safety Features to Look for in a Distracted Driving Simulator

Published December 10, 2019

While distracted driving simulators like our SIDNE® vehicle and Roadster Pedal Kart are inherently safe to use, certain safety features can add peace of mind for participants, their parents, and educators.

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7 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Distracted Driving Simulator

Published October 4, 2019

If you’re in the market for a distracted driving simulator, there are several factors to consider when making a purchasing decision. Consider asking the following questions in this article to help ensure you make a wise investment.

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Texas RED Saves Lives with Innocorp Products

Published February 23, 2018

In Texas, motor vehicle crashes are often the No. 1 reason people seek care in emergency rooms. In order to be designated as trauma centers, hospitals must offer injury prevention programs that teach people how to stay safe and avoid crashes and other causes of trauma. Texas Reality Education for Drivers (RED) has made a name for itself traveling around the state to teach people about the dangers of driving impaired or distracted. And Innocorp, ltd has proven to be just the right partner — offering relevant products and educational materials that have made a true impact on thousands of people throughout the state of Texas.

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L.A. Youth Learn Safe Pedestrian Practices with DIES® Mat

Published December 10, 2015

Mina Farag works for the Children’s Hospital L.A. in its trauma program. While much of the trauma program is concerned with passenger safety for young children, Farag’s programs deal with middle- and high-school youth.

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Curriculum Comes Alive Using Innocorp, ltd. Products in the Classroom

Published April 23, 2014

Thinking outside the box can yield great results, especially if you’re looking to make statistics come alive for a class of high school students. That’s what Robert Hanchett, a teacher with Spring Independent School District, discovered when he began to use Fatal Vision® goggles and Distract-A-Match® in his advanced-placement (AP) statistics class at Westfield High School near Houston, Texas.

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