Corpus ID: 6991581

Developments in driver’s licence holding among young people: potential explanations, implications and trends

@inproceedings{Aretun2014DevelopmentsID,
  title={Developments in driver’s licence holding among young people: potential explanations, implications and trends},
  author={{\AA}sa Aretun and Susanne T Dale Nordbakke},
  year={2014}
}
This literature review examines the factors that influence the development in the driver’s licence rate among young people in different age groups, socioeconomic groups and geographical contexts, as well as the impact on the welfare of young people of holding or not holding a driver’s licence. The review also includes research on trends, prognoses and evaluations of developments in driver’s licence holding, and knowledge on any links between changes in driver licensing and falling car usage… Expand

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