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TitleDrink driving behaviour in South Australia
AuthorsHolubowycz OT, McLean AJ
Year1989
TypeConference Paper
AbstractThe paper focusses on four issues. First, it describes the nature of alcohol-related data available in South Australia. Secondly, the actual distribution of blood alcohol concentrations (BAC) is presented separately for two samples of drivers and motorcycle riders: those injured and subsequently admitted to hospital and those killed. Thirdly, the methodology and results of a case-control study on the crash risk associated with drink-driving are discussed Finally, the major recent legislative drink-driving initiative in South Australia, randan breath testing (RBT), is described ad the results of its evaluation are presented.
Conference NameInternational workshop ACTES INRETS No. 18 - High alcohol consumers and traffic
Conference AbbreviationICADTS
Conference LocationParis, France
Conference Date28-30 November 1988
Page Range227-237
Page Count11
Notesavailable from CASR library on request

Reference
Holubowycz OT, McLean AJ (1989) 'Drink driving behaviour in South Australia', Proceedings of International workshop ACTES INRETS No. 18 - High alcohol consumers and traffic, pp 227-237.