Reducing impaired driving through the identification of repeat target vehicles: A case study

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Safety Research, Available online 22 December 2011 James Stewart IntroductionOne of the most persistent groups of impaired drivers that are seemingly unaffected by social pressure, moral appeals, and the fear of arrest is that of the repeat impaired driver. This smaller group accounts for a disproportionate number of all impaired driving trips, often with high blood alcohol contents. New approaches are needed to identify and deal with the repeat impaired driver.MethodWe propose a method based on the discovery that almost 10% of all impaired driving calls for service involve repeat vehicles

Publication year: 2011 Source: Journal of Safety Research, Available online 22 December 2011 James Stewart IntroductionOne of the most persistent groups of impaired drivers that are seemingly unaffected by social pressure, moral appeals, and the fear of arrest is that of the repeat impaired driver. This smaller group accounts for a disproportionate number of all impaired driving trips, often with high blood alcohol contents. New approaches are needed to identify and deal with the repeat impaired driver.MethodWe propose a method based on the discovery that almost 10% of all impaired driving calls for service involve repeat vehicles

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Reducing impaired driving through the identification of repeat target vehicles: A case study