A paper titled ‘Why do drivers exceed speed limits‘ co-authored by G.Yannis, G.Louca, S.Vardaki and G.Kanellaidis is published in the European Transport Research Review. The purpose of this study is to explore relationships between drivers’ attitude towards exceeding speed limits in different types of road and the drivers’ characteristics and self-reported speed behaviour.Loglinear analysis was used and four models were developed: for motorways, main roads, country roads and built-up area roads. The model application revealed that the dependent variable (self-reported exceeding the speed limit) is strongly dependent on the belief that other drivers exceed speed limits for all four road types.
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