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Nykterhetsstödjande system : diskussioner i fokusgrupper. [Future system for prevention of drunk driving : discussions within focus groups.]
20140508 ST [electronic version only]
Anund, A. Forsberg, I. & Ihlström, J.
Linköping, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute VTI, 2014, 33 p. + 2 app., 11 ref.; VTI rapport 810 - ISSN 0347-6030

Samenvatting The aim with this study was to understand drivers’ vision of a future vehicle integrated system for alcohol detection.The results show that such a system will benefit a large group of drivers. The participants in the focus groups represented young drivers (18–19 years old), males (30–60 years old), females (30–60 years old), elderly (70–90 years old), former alcohol addicts, one group represented authorities and finally one represented retailors and rental car companies. The results show a clear view that such future vehicle integrated system will benefit a large group of drivers. They said that the system would probably mainly prevent driving by people who unintentionally and unknowingly drive under the influence of alcohol. The groups did, however, not regard the system as a final solution for the drunk driving problem, and believed that certain groups, such as criminals and alcoholics, would most likely find a way around the system. From the drivers point of view the system most truly should be invisible for the drivers. Feedback to the driver was seen as justified at levels below the legal limit, but not for levels above the limit: for those, the system should simply prevent the car from starting. Feedback should be given through sound or as a visual feedback. Reliability and trust to the system was rated as very important, and it was underlined that it was important that it was the drivers BAC that was detected not the passengers. (Author/publisher)
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