Drunk-driving and other offences : road user observation and accident survey in 1991.
C 11147 (In: C 11088 a) /83 / IRRD 893791
In: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety : proceedings of the 14th ICADTS International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety T'97, Annecy, France, 21 September - 26 September 1997, Volume 1, p. 469-474
|Samenvatting||Drivers' alcohol levels are often studied as a function of their socio-demographic and mobility characteristics. This paper examines the connection with other criteria more closely linked to driving such as speed observed on the road and the offences and dangerous behaviour recorded in connection with accidents. In September and October 1991 a survey was carried out in open country and small built-up areas in the north of France in which the alcohol levels and real speeds of drivers in traffic were measured. During the same period the offences and dangerous behaviour of the drivers involved in accidents were investigated on the basis of state police reports of accidents with personal injury. Offences examined included a) speeding, b) priority violation, c) alcohol offences, d) speeding, e) overtaking, f) licence offences, g) non-use of seat belt or crash helmet, h) hit-and-run and i) other.|
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