Trajectories of kinematic risky driving among novice teenagers.

  title={Trajectories of kinematic risky driving among novice teenagers.},
  author={Bruce G. Simons-Morton and Kyeongmi Cheon and Feng Guo and Paul Albert},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
OBJECTIVES Elevated gravitational force event rates are associated with the likelihood of a crash or near crash and provide an objective measure of risky driving. The purpose of this research is to examine the patterns over time of kinematic measures of risky driving among novice teenage drivers. METHODS Driving data were collected from 42 newly licensed teenage drivers during the first 18 months of licensure. Data recording systems installed in participants' vehicles provided information on… CONTINUE READING
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