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In-Car Distractions and Their Impact on Driving Activities

In-car distractions can seriously impair driving and potentially contribute to accidents. In-car distractions include mobile phones, entertainment systems, interaction with passengers, and most recently satellite navigation systems. This study

Release date: 2014-12-15

CR 05: The effectiveness of Australian Design Rule 22 for head restraints (1979)

As introduction, the report describes Australian Design Rules 22 and 22A requiring head restraints to be fitted to driver and front left seats of all new cars in Australia from 1972 models onwards. The effective heiqhts of these restraints are

Release date: 2014-10-16

CR 168: Repeat Drink Driving Offenders in Western Australia, 1984 to 1994 (1996)

The aim of this study was to determine patterns of drink-driving arrests in |The aim of this study was to determine patterns of drink-driving arrests in

Release date: 2014-10-14

Monograph 16—Deaths and serious injuries among female motorcyclists

Motorcyclists are a relatively vulnerable road user group. They have less protection and a higher risk of serious injury in the event of a crash than vehicle occupants. ATSB discussions with motorcycle organisations suggested that the number of

Release date: 2014-10-14

CR 158: Strategies to Combat Fatigue in the Long Distance Road Transport Industry: Stage 2 Evaluation of Two-Up Driving (1994)

Release date: 2014-10-14

CR 164: Young Driver Research Program: Digest of Reports and Principal Findings of the Research (1996)

Release date: 2014-10-14

CR 159: Community Attitudes to Road Survey: Community Attitudes Survey Wave 8 (1995)

Release date: 2014-10-14

CR 167: Community Attitudes to Road Safety: Community Attitudes Survey Wave 9 (1996)

Release date: 2014-10-14

Fatal Heavy Vehicle Crashes Australia: Quarterly Bulletin, January–March 2009

Fatal Heavy Vehicle Crashes Australia is a quarterly bulletin presenting recent data on fatal road crashes involving heavy vehicles as well as historical comparisons.  It is produced using data supplied by the eight states and territories.|Fatal

Release date: 2009-10-27|2013-05-6

The effects of Electronic Stability Control interventions on rural road crashes in Australia: Simulation of real world crashes

About 60 per cent of all fatal road crashes in Australia occur on rural roads. While advances have been made in reducing the number of fatal crashes on metropolitan roads, the number of fatal crashes on rural roads remains relatively steady.

Release date: 2009-10-16|2013-05-6


Last Updated: 25 March, 2020