The use of daytime running lights DRL in The Netherlands : methods of analysis to link data to accidents and a description of the use of DRL in The Netherlands from November 1, 1989 to October 31, 1990.
C 190 [electronic version only] /83.2 /91.1 / IRRD 847411
Lindeijer, J.E. & Bijleveld, F.D.
Leidschendam, SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research, 1991, 51 + 40 p., 5 ref.; R-91-37
|Samenvatting||During the period November 1989 to October 1990, monthly measurements were carried out to study the use of daytime running lights (DRL) by motor-vehicles at 26 different locations in The Netherlands (See also C 55). An important conclusion is that light intensity appears to be the principal variable (for a large group of drivers) explaining variations in the measured use of DRL. Furthermore, recommendations are given on the basis of the analysis of the first twelve months of measurement.|
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