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Alcohol-related problems and fitness to drive among Spanish drivers Alvarez, FJ ; Del Rio, MC ; Gonzales-Luque, JC

By: Alvarez, FJContributor(s): Del Rio, MC | Gonzales-Luque, JCPublication details: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety, 2000; T2000, Stockholm, May 22-26, 2000. Paper, Description: 6 s, CDSubject(s): Sweden | Conference | Drunkenness | Driving aptitude | Spain | Addiction | Driving licence | Medical examination | Classification | Use | 842Bibl.nr: VTI P4030:15Location: Abstract: This article analyses the patterns of alcohol consumption, the presence of alcohol-related problems, and the fitness to drive of 8043 Spanish drivers who reported to 25 Medical-Psychological Centres for the assessment of their fitness to drive. 60.3 per cent drink alcohol, and 1.93 per cent were diagnosed with an alcohol-related problem, although only 12.2 per cent of these patients were considered unfit to drive and given a negative medical-psychological report.
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This article analyses the patterns of alcohol consumption, the presence of alcohol-related problems, and the fitness to drive of 8043 Spanish drivers who reported to 25 Medical-Psychological Centres for the assessment of their fitness to drive. 60.3 per cent drink alcohol, and 1.93 per cent were diagnosed with an alcohol-related problem, although only 12.2 per cent of these patients were considered unfit to drive and given a negative medical-psychological report.

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