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Factors involved in the long term benefits of random breath testing in NSW Prabhakar, T ; Lee, SHV ; Job, RFS

By: Prabhakar, TContributor(s): Lee, SHV | Job, RFSPublication details: Sydney University of Sydney, 1993; Department of Psychology, ; Federal Office of Road Safety, Description: 1 CD, 119 s. CDSubject(s): Australia | Breath test | | Long term | Impact study | Driver | | Comprehension | Behaviour | 842 | 845Bibl.nr: VTI 2002.0734:2Location: Abstract: This study investigated the long term effects of Random Breath Testing (RBT) on NSW driver's attitudes, knowledge, and self-reported behaviour towards drink- driving. It was conducted to examine the possible mechanisms, which underlie the effectiveness of RBT, with a view to understanding its effects and ensuring that its success continues.
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This study investigated the long term effects of Random Breath Testing (RBT) on NSW driver's attitudes, knowledge, and self-reported behaviour towards drink- driving. It was conducted to examine the possible mechanisms, which underlie the effectiveness of RBT, with a view to understanding its effects and ensuring that its success continues.

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