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TitleA new methods of breath testing the general driving population
AuthorsHolubowycz OT, McLean AJ, McCaul KA
Year1991
TypeJournal Article
AbstractThe efficacy of drinking-driving countermeasures can be assessed in several ways, including reported changes in attitudes and behavioral intent as well as changes in crash rates. However, few studies have examined the changes in actual drinking-driving behavior.A method of surveying the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of drivers, without either police intervention or disruption to traffic flow, was developed in South Australia. This method, which has been used successfully to test approximately 50,000 drivers, is described in detail.
Journal TitleJournal of Studies on Alcohol
Journal Volume (Issue)52(5)
Page Range474-477
Page Count4
Notesavailable from CASR library on request

Reference
Holubowycz OT, McLean AJ, McCaul KA (1991) 'A new methods of breath testing the general driving population', Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 52(5), pp 474-477.