Effects of license revocation on drunk-driving offenders.
C 5184 [electronic version only] /83 / IRRD 816442
Ross, H.L. & Gonzales, P.
Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 20 (1988), No. 5 (October), p. 379-391, 14 ref.
|Samenvatting||Revoking or suspending the licenses of persons convicted of driving while intoxicated has often been claimed to be uniquely effective in reducing subsequent dangerous driving, as intended by crashes and violations. This finding holds despite the impression that many suspedend and revoked drivers continue to drive illegally, this research described here inquires into the operation of license actions. It uses intensive personal interviews with offenders to obtain information concerning the nature and amount of illegal driving and the effects of license deprivation on employment and other aspects of the offenders' lives. (A)|
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