This paper presents developmental and experimental work beyond the initial presentation of the predictive display technology. Developmental work consisted of the addition of features to the predictive display such as image subsampling, camera stabilization, void filling and image overlay graphics. The paper then describes two experiments consisting of twelve subjects each in which the predictive displays were compared to both the zero latency case (baseline) and the unmitigated high-latency cases (worst case). The predictive display was compared using four objective performance and activity measures of mean speed, lateral deviation, heading deviation and steering activity. The predictive display was also assessed using subjective measures of workload and usability.