Using naturalistic driving data to identify variables associated with infrequent, occasional, and consistent seat belt use.

@article{Reagan2013UsingND,
  title={Using naturalistic driving data to identify variables associated with infrequent, occasional, and consistent seat belt use.},
  author={Ian J. Reagan and Julie A McClafferty and Sharon P Berlin and Jonathan M. Hankey},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2013},
  volume={50},
  pages={600-7}
}
Seat belt use is one of the most effective countermeasures to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries. The success of efforts to increase use is measured by road side observations and self-report questionnaires. These methods have shortcomings, with the former requiring a binary point estimate and the latter being subjective. The 100-car naturalistic driving study presented a unique opportunity to study seat belt use in that seat belt status was known for every trip each driver made during a 12… CONTINUE READING
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