A paper titled ‘Investigating the self-reported behavior of drivers and their attitudes to traffic violations‘ co-authored by Sophia Vardaki and George Yannis is published in the Journal of Safety Research. A sample of 601 Greek drivers participating at the SARTRE 4 pan-European questionnaire-based survey is exploited. The ﬁndings indicate that differences in attitudes and behaviours may be attributed to factors such as age, gender, and area of residence. The research ﬁndings also provided some insight about the current level of drivers’ attitudes to trafﬁc violations, especially those that negatively affect trafﬁc safety. The pattern of their views on violations may form the basis of risk behavior-related interventions tailored to the identiﬁed groups, aiming at informing, educating, and raising the awareness of the public.
Investigating the self-reported behavior of drivers and their attitudes to traffic violations 2013
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