Interesting findings on attitudes and self reported behaviour of the European drivers towards road traffic risk is now available at the DaCoTA Road Safety Knowledge System, developed by the EU co-financed projectDaCoTA. These Tables summarise basic results from the Pan-European SARTRE surveys on Social Attitudes to Road Traffic Risk in Europe (1991, 1996, 2003, 2010). Focus is given to the most risky traffic offences like Speeding, Alcohol, Seat belt wearing, Tailgating, Driving through amber and Overtaking.
Attitudes and self-reported behaviour at the DaCoTA Road Safety Knowledge System 2013
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