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Community attitudes to road safety : Community attitudes survey wave 8 Mitchell-Taverner, Philip ; Adams, Kathryn ; Hejtmanek, Sandra

By: Mitchell-Taverner, PhilipContributor(s): Adams, Kathryn | Hejtmanek, SandraSeries: Publication details: Canberra Australian Department of Transport, 1995; Federal Office of Road Safety. CR 159, Description: 1 CD, 51 s. + bil CDISBN: 0642513414Subject(s): Australia | Questionnaire | | Safety | Drunkenness | | Speed | Cause | Accident | Safety belt | 841Bibl.nr: VTI 2002.0734:1Location: Abstract: The eighth in a series of national surveys on community attitudes to road safety was conducted in May/June 1995 on behalf of the Federal Office of Road Safety. This report contains a summary of results from the survey and, where appropriate, provides comparative findings in relation to previous surveys. Issues examined include: perceived causes of road crashes, exposure to random breath testing, attitudes to drink driving, attitudes to speed: perceptions of police enforcement, seat belt usage and involvement in road crashes.
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The eighth in a series of national surveys on community attitudes to road safety was conducted in May/June 1995 on behalf of the Federal Office of Road Safety. This report contains a summary of results from the survey and, where appropriate, provides comparative findings in relation to previous surveys. Issues examined include: perceived causes of road crashes, exposure to random breath testing, attitudes to drink driving, attitudes to speed: perceptions of police enforcement, seat belt usage and involvement in road crashes.

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