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Risk and perceived risk of drunk driving among young drivers.
B 29947 fo /83 / IRRD 817287
Phelps, C.E.
From: Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 6 (1987) No. 4, p. 708- 714, 7 ref.

Samenvatting The relative risks associated with driving after drinking among US and Canadian youth are analyzed. Information from 3 datasets on youth highway fatalities and daily drinking habits to calculate the probability of dying in a traffic accident when driving after various levels of alcohol consumption are combined. Compared with a sober young driver, drinking 1- 2 drinks increased the relative risk by a factor of 2.3. Drinking 3- 5 drinks, the amount needed to take an average person over the legal blood alcohol limit, raised the relative risk to 10.
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