Fatal crash involvement and laws against alcohol-impaired driving.

@article{Zador1989FatalCI,
  title={Fatal crash involvement and laws against alcohol-impaired driving.},
  author={Paul L. Zador and Adrian K. Lund and Michele Fields and Ken Weinberg},
  journal={Journal of public health policy},
  year={1989},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={467-85}
}
It is estimated that in 1985 about 1,560 fewer drivers were involved in fatal crashes because of three types of drinking-driving laws. The laws studied were per se laws that define driving under the influence using blood alcohol concentration (BAC) thresholds; laws that provide for administrative license suspension or revocation prior to conviction for driving under the influence (often referred to as "administrative per se" laws); and laws that mandate jail or community service for first… CONTINUE READING

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