VR seems to address issues related to traditional simulators and smartphones simultaneously. For example, it may offer an immersive 3D experience at a low cost. At the same time, it can deliver similar benefits to a smartphone, such as providing driving cues, while there is no evidence of distracting the user
Virtual reality offers unique, engaging and fun ways to train in a safe, but realistic environment. It offers tangible benefits for individual learners, streamlining workflows through teams training together and contributing to a safer and more productive workplace. VR in road safety can be considered such technology which is becoming increasingly available. Thus, understanding its current potential to improve road safety was due for an in-depth trainings.