CR 148: Young Driver Research Program: Qualitative Dimensions of Young Driver Exposure as a Function of Time of Day (1994)


This report involves the exploration of the qualitative dimensions of young driver driving exposure, and how these differ during the day compared to night-time. Data was collected using two methods: a nationwide door-to-door survey of 3008 drivers, and direct sampling of almost 600 "active" drivers undertaking a trip. Descriptive results are presented for the driving attitudes and behaviours, type of car driven, and personality characteristics of young drivers and a comparison sample of older drivers.

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Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Topics: Exposure, Risk, Young drivers
Publication Date: 01/08/94