A longitudinal investigation of the predictors of older drivers' speeding behaviour.

Abstract

There is little objective evidence about the extent older drivers' are involved in speeding or factors that may influence this behaviour. Particular concern exists for the increasing number of older drivers with poor or declining cognitive and visual function. This study investigates whether a reduction in speeding forms part of the self-restrictive driving… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.aap.2016.04.006

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@article{Chevalier2016ALI, title={A longitudinal investigation of the predictors of older drivers' speeding behaviour.}, author={Anna Chevalier and Kristy Coxon and Kris Rogers and Aran John Chevalier and John V. Wall and Julie Brown and Elizabeth Clare Clarke and Rebecca Ivers and Lisa Keay}, journal={Accident; analysis and prevention}, year={2016}, volume={93}, pages={41-47} }