Crash and risky driving involvement among novice adolescent drivers and their parents.
20111746 ST [electronic version only]
Simons-Morton, B.G. Ouimet, M.C. Zhang, Z. Klauer, S.E. Lee, S.E. Wang, J. Albert, P.S. & Dingus, T.A.
American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 101 (2011), No. 12 (December), p. 2362-2367, 27 ref.
|Samenvatting||The authors compared rates of risky driving among novice adolescent and adult drivers over the first 18 months of adolescents' licensure. Methods. Data-recording systems installed in participants' vehicles provided information on driving performance of 42 newly licensed adolescent drivers and their parents. We analyzed crashes, near crashes, and elevated g-force event rates by Poisson regression with random effects. Results. During the study period, adolescents were involved in 279 crashes or near crashes (1 involving injury); parents had 34 such accidents. The incidence rate ratio (IRR) comparing adolescent and parent crash and near-crash rates was 3.91. Among adolescent drivers, elevated rates of g-force events correlated with crashes and near crashes (r=0.60; P<.001). The IRR comparing incident rates of risky driving among adolescents and parents was 5.08. Adolescents' rates of crashes and near crashes declined with time (with a significant uptick in the last quarter), but elevated g-force event rates did not decline. Conclusions. Elevated g-force events among adolescents may have contributed to crash and near-crash rates that remained much higher than adult levels after 18 months of driving. (Author/publisher)|
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