Speeding in Australia and China : A Comparison of the Influence of Legal Sanctions and Enforcement Practices on Car Drivers

@inproceedings{Fleiter2009SpeedingIA,
  title={Speeding in Australia and China : A Comparison of the Influence of Legal Sanctions and Enforcement Practices on Car Drivers},
  author={Judy J. Fleiter},
  year={2009}
}
Despite increasingly sophisticated speed management strategies, speeding remains a significant contributing factor in 25% of Australia’s fatal crashes. Excessive speed is also a recognised contributor to road trauma in rapidly motorising countries such as China, where increases in vehicle ownership and new drivers, and a high proportion of vulnerable road users all contribute to a high road trauma rate. Speed choice is a voluntary behaviour. Therefore, driver perceptions are important to our… CONTINUE READING

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