Drivers' eye location data was collected in three vehicle (Vega, 1973 Buick, and Chevrolet Van) and in three environments (laboratory buck, static and on-the-road) for each vehicle type. In each environment data was collected for 50 subjects who were stratified by height and sex. A specially constructed remote coordinate system in connection with T.V. cameras was used for data collection. Drivers' eye locations were found to vary as a function of vehicle type. For the Buick and Van there were differences between data collected in the laboratory buck and on-the-road. There were no differences in data collected in the static environment and on-the-road for any vehicle type.