Community Attitudes to Road Safety—2011 survey report
This report documents the findings from the Department's 2011 survey of community attitudes to road safety. The twenty-second in a series of national surveys on community attitudes to road safety was conducted in May and June 2011. A total of 1,555 interviews were conducted with persons aged 15 years and over. The issues examined include: perceived causes of road crashes, exposure and attitudes to random breath testing, attitudes to speed, perceptions of police enforcement, mobile phone use while driving, reported usage of seatbelts, involvement in road crashes, and experience of fatigue while driving.
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Type: Research and Analysis Report
Topics: Comm attitudes
Publication Date: 10/02/12
Related Links: Surveys of Community Attitudes to Road Safety homepage