Get a license, buckle up, and slow down: risky driving patterns among saudis.

@article{Bcheraoui2015GetAL,
  title={Get a license, buckle up, and slow down: risky driving patterns among saudis.},
  author={Charbel El Bcheraoui and Mohammed O Basulaiman and Marwa Tuffaha and Farah Daoud and Margaret M. Robinson and Sara Jaber and Sarah Mikhitarian and Shelley Wilson and Ziad Ahmed Memish and Mohammad Al Saeedi and Mohammad A. Almazroa and Ali H. Mokdad},
  journal={Traffic injury prevention},
  year={2015},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={587-92}
}
INTRODUCTION Road traffic injuries are the largest cause of loss of disability-adjusted life years for men and women of all ages in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, but data on driving habits there are lacking. To inform policymakers on drivers' abilities and driving habits, we analyzed data from the Saudi Health Interview Survey 2013. METHODS We surveyed a representative sample of 5,235 Saudi males aged 15 years or older on wearing seat belts, exceeding speed limits, and using a handheld cell… CONTINUE READING
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