CR 130: Young Driver Research Program: Review of Exposure Reduction Measures (1994)


There are potential road safety benefits to be obtained from reducing the opportunity for young drivers to be involved in road crashes, that is, by reducing their driving exposure. This report identifies a range of technical and strategic issues which are relevant to a comprehensive discussion of such measures. This is an area in which there are no "right" answers: ultimately, an effective, efficient and equitable balance must be reached between a range of competing objectives in order to achieve a consensus policy position on the desirability of exposure reduction measures as one method for reducing young driver crashes.

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Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Author(s): A E Drummond
Topics: Exposure, Young drivers
Publication Date: 01/08/94