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An evaluation of the process efficiency and traffic safety impact of the California implied consent program: Volume 4 of an evaluation of the California Drunk Driving Countermeasure System. Final report.
B 24945 /83.4/
Sadler, D.D.
Sacramento, Ca., California Department of Motor Vehicles, 1986, IX + 90 p., fig., graph., tab., ref. CAL-DW-RSS-86-96.

Samenvatting The California implied consent (IC) law requires that a motorist who has been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or a drug submit to a chemical test to determine the alcohol or drug content of the blood. A test refused results in the automatic loss of all driving privileges for a period of sixth months to three years.This study describes the IC system and answered a number of questions related to the program's operational efficiency and effectiveness, the characteristics of the target population, and its impact on traffic safety.
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