Brain Training that works
Built on serious science
With all the variables on the road—other vehicles, pedestrians, street signs, construction, wet weather—even the best drivers are at risk of a car crash. What matters most when an unexpected danger comes your way is noticing it early and reacting to it instantly. That depends on the speed and accuracy of your brain's visual processing. If your processing is slow or "fuzzy," it takes longer to identify and react to dangerous situations—a skateboarder swerving in front of the car, a truck running a red light, a tire blowing out on the car in front of you. Drivesharp targets brain speed and accuracy, so you can react in split seconds behind the wheel.
Cognitive training that's tailored to you
Changing your brain for safer driving takes some work—so while the Drivesharp exercises are sometimes fun, they can also be difficult. But they always give a useful, meaningful workout to your unique brain. Using a special algorithm, each exercise adapts in difficulty as you work so that you always train at the optimum level for you—where you are most likely to make the cognitive improvements that are most important for driving safety.
It can fit into your life
It takes less than five minutes to do each Drivesharp level, so you can use it in tiny bites or long blocks, depending on your schedule. Plus you can use Drivesharp on almost any computer or mobile device, so you can take it on the go. If you want, you can set up personal training goals and have Drivesharp send you training reminders when you want them.
Here's what you do
Two ways to train your brain
The cognitive benefits are proven
What makes Drivesharp unique is the science. Drivesharp is built on the foundation of brain plasticity—the brain's ability to change chemically, structurally and functionally in response to sensory input. Dozens of published studies show that Drivesharp improves the cognitive skills required for safe driving—and cuts crash risk.