The concept of a young problem driver sub-group, that is, a sub-group who operate at a (substantially) higher than average crash risk and therefore contribute disproportionately to young driver crashes is often proposed. This report presents a literature review and mass crash data analyses and proposes a conceptual framework comprising crash risk, crash frequencies, crash countermeasures and countermeasure priorities to assist (policy) discussion of this issue.
Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Topics: Risk, Young drivers
Publication Date: 01/08/94