CR 93: Community attitudes to road safety: community attitudes survey Wave V (1990)

Summary

In June 1990, the fifth in a series of national surveys on community attitudes to road safety was conducted. This report contains results from Wave 5 and, where possible, comparative results since 1986. Issues covered in the survey include causes of road crashes, perceptions of police enforcement of road rules, attitudes to drink driving and random breath testing, driving behaviour, seat belt use and views held regarding various road user groups.

Type: Research and Analysis Report
Author(s): Reark Research and Federal Office of Road Safety
Topics: Community attitudes
Publication Date: 01/11/90

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Last Updated: 26 November, 2018