According to the first results of the SARTRE 4 Pan-European drivers’ attitude survey processed by NTUA, Greek drivers demonstrate an increase of perceived risk associated with drug use or mobile phone use between 2004 – 2011. The perceived risk associated with bad weather and driver fatigue has also increased between 1996 – 2011. Greek drivers self-reported speeding behaviour increased in 2011, despite the decrease between 1996 – 2004.
Changes of Greek drivers’ attitude towards road safety 2011
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