Corpus ID: 25634276

Rollover crashes

@inproceedings{McLean2006RolloverC,
  title={Rollover crashes},
  author={A. McLean and CN Kloeden and G. Ponte and M. Baldock and V. Lindsay and A. Berg},
  year={2006}
}
This report analyses data from police reports on crashes, and from an in-depth study of rural crashes, to examine the characteristics of rollover crashes in South Australia. The risk of a single vehicle rollover crash increases markedly at higher travelling speeds and eighty per cent of these crashes in the in-depth study were initiated by the car running at least partially onto the left unsealed shoulder. Road-related countermeasures such as audio-tactile edge lining and sealed shoulders are… Expand
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