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CR 148: Young Driver Research Program: Qualitative Dimensions of Young Driver Exposure as a Function of Time of Day (1994)

Summary

This report involves the exploration of the qualitative dimensions of young driver driving exposure, and how these differ during the day compared to night-time. Data was collected using two methods: a nationwide door-to-door survey of 3008 drivers, and direct sampling of almost 600 'active' drivers undertaking a trip. Descriptive results are presented for the driving attitudes and behaviours, type of car driven, and personality characteristics of young drivers and a comparison sample of older drivers.

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Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Topics: Exposure, Risk, Young drivers
Publication Date: 01/08/94

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Last Updated: 6 May, 2013