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Preventing automobile injury : new findings from evaluation research : Conference on preventing motor vehicle injuries : Papers

Author: John D Graham; New England Injury Prevention Research Center.
Publisher: Dover, Mass. : Auburn House Pub. Co, ©1988.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book relates the emerging interest in injury control to the science of traffic safety. A valuable resource for policymakers, legislators, public interest groups, industry specialists, and public  Read more...

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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John D Graham; New England Injury Prevention Research Center.
ISBN: 0865691851 9780865691858
OCLC Number: 751661012
Contents: Injury Control, Traffic Safety, and Evaluation Research Injury Reduction and Belt Use Associated with Occupant Restraint Laws Mandatory Seat Belt Use Laws and Occupant Protection in the United States: Present Status and Future Prospects Choosing Automatic Restraint Designs Minimum Legal Drinking Ages and Highway Safety Social Norms and Drunk Driving Countermeasures Alcohol Taxes and Highway Safety Evaluating the New 65 MPH Speed Limit Themes and Future Directions
Responsibility: John D. Graham, editor.

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