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PARADIGM LOST! PARADISE GAINED? AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE ON NOVICE DRIVER SAFETY
Australia has eight driver licensing jurisdictions (six States and two Territories). Traditionally, Australia has had a two-stage licensing system for novice drivers, comprising a learner permitExpand
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Young driver research program: a technical and strategic overview of exposure reduction measures as a means of reducing young driver crashes
There are potential road safety benefits to be obtained from reducing the opportunity for young drivers to be involved in road crashes, that is, by reducing their driving exposure. This reportExpand
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THE RISKS OF BICYCLIST ACCIDENT INVOLVEMENT
This report details the method and results of a study to investigate the relative safety of cycling on the road and footpath and of a variety of cycling behaviours. A method was developed for theExpand
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THE BEHAVIOUR AND CRASH INVOLVEMENT RISK OF CHILD PEDESTRIANS AND BICYCLISTS: A TRAFFIC EXPOSURE STUDY
This study of child pedestrians and bicyclists has focussed on traffic behaviours, exposure on roads (and on footpaths in the case of bicyclists) and the nature and extent of the injury problem forExpand
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THE ROLE OF EXPERIENCE IN IMPROVING YOUNG DRIVER SAFETY
The overinvolvement of young drivers in crashes is a large and, to date, intractable road safety problem and public health issue. While there is still significant scope for safety improvementsExpand
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AN OVERVIEW OF NOVICE DRIVER PERFORMANCE ISSUES - A LITERATURE REVIEW
The over-involvement of young and/or inexperienced drivers in road accidents is a well established international phenomenon. Measures designed to make novice drivers safer per kilometre driven ratherExpand
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YOUNG DRIVER RESEARCH PROGRAM - OVERVIEW REPORT
The over-involvement of young drivers in road crashes is a very large and, to date, intractable road safety problem. In recognition of the need for a comprehensive research effort aimed at gaining aExpand
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DATA SYSTEMS STUDY - RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF IMPROVED AND MORE TIMELY ACCIDENT DATA SYSTEMS
There is a variety of information collected by a range of organisations, primarily for their own purposes, which is relevant to roads, traffic and safety in Victoria. This report examines theExpand
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The Nottingham Leisure Questionnaire for Stroke Patients
Although leisure is now regarded as an Important aspect of life, there is no suitable instrument to measure the leisure activity of stroke patients in this country. An instrument was thereforeExpand
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The risk of accident involvement by time of week: an assessment of the effect of zero BAC legislation and the potential of driving curfews
The use of raw accident data, often perceived as a valid measure of the level of road safety (eg, the number of fatalities) does not allow an accurate measure of safety to be obtained. This paperExpand
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