Examines deaths, injuries, and property damage from traffic crashes. Evans (research scientist, General Motors Research Labs, Warren, Michigan) applies the methods of science to illuminate the characteristics of these problems--their origin and nature as well as their severity. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORAs the error limits are one standard error, 68% of them are expected to include the true value, thus perhaps indicating weakly that a few data ... Helmet Use Rates An attempt to calculate increases in fatalities expected from repealing mandatory wearing requires estimating ... PARS data indicates lower wearing rates in crashes; for example, in law states, one in three motorcyclists killed was unhelmeted.
|Title||:||Traffic Safety and the Driver|
|Publisher||:||Science Serving Society - 1991|