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Graduated Driver Licensing in Michigan: Early Impact on Motor Vehicle Crashes Among 16YearOld Drivers

Graduated Driver Licensing in Michigan: Early Impact on Motor Vehicle Crashes Among 16YearOld Drivers,10.1001/jama.286.13.1593,Jama-journal of The Ame

Graduated Driver Licensing in Michigan: Early Impact on Motor Vehicle Crashes Among 16YearOld Drivers   (Citations: 56)
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Journal: Jama-journal of The American Medical Association - JAMA-J AM MED ASSN , vol. 286, no. 13, pp. 1593-1598, 2001
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    • ...Implementation of a graduated licensing system can result in significant decreases in the crash rate for novice teen drivers (Ferguson et al, 1996; Ulmer et al, 2000; Shope et al, 2001; Foss et al, 2001; Hyde et al, 2005; Dee et al, 2005; Foher et al, 2005) and prior evaluations of new GDL systems have found them to be favorably accepted by both teenagers and their parents (Williams et al, 1998; Begg et al, 1995)...

    Mary Pat Mckayet al. Attitudes of Teenagers and Their Parents to Pennsylvania's Graduated D...

    • ...The cohort of participants in the study was determined on the basis of previous studies on driving patterns (Preusser et al, 1998; Redfern & Kwasnoski, 2001; Shope, Molnar, Elliott, & Waller, 2001)...

    Unknown. Young drivers’ perceptions of peer pressure, driving under the influen...

    • ...Research has demonstrated the traffic injury benefits of GDL programs (Foss et al, 2001; Foss & Goodwin, 2003; Shope et al, 2001b; Shope & Molnar, 2004; Williams & Preusser, 1997; Chen et al, 2006) Research on graduated licensing, however, has revealed that it has the potentially negative feature of reducing the number of youths licensed to drive (McKnight et al, 1983; Frith & Perkins, 1992; Ferguson et al, 1996) and, therefore, their ability to meet their and their family's transportation needs...

    Robert Voaset al. Licensing Teenagers: Nontraffic Risks and Benefits in the Transition t...

    • ...Evaluations from the first few states to adopt GDL indicate that this new licensing process has resulted in substantial reductions in motor vehicle crashes among young drivers (Hedlund & Compton, 2004; Shope, 2001; Shope 2003; Simpson, 2003; Ulmer, 2000)...

    Lewis H. Margoliset al. The Effects of Graduated Driver Licensing on Hospitalization Rates and...

    • ...Preliminary studies report that GDL laws reduce traffic crashes and fatalities among 16-year-olds and, in some cases, 17-year-olds (Chen, Baker & Li, 2006; Foss, Feaganes & Rodgman, 2001; Morrisey, Grabowski, Dee & Campbell, 2006; Shope, Molnar, Elliott & Waller, 2001)...
    • ...To control for these larger factors, motor vehicle fatality and driver involvement rates for each teenage group in the prelaw and postlaw cohorts are expressed as Incident rate ratios (IRRs) to the corresponding traffic death and driver involvement rates for California residents 20 through 44 (see Foss, Feaganes & Rodgman, 2001; Shope, Molnar, Elliott & Waller, 2001)...
    • ...Crashes occurring in the 12 months before, and the 12 months after, the date on which each age is first subjected to the GDL law are not included for that age, since this “transition period” includes both prelaw and postlaw drivers and evidences temporary fluctuations in the licensing of new drivers (Foss, Feaganes & Rodgman, 2001; Shope, Molnar, Elliott & Waller, 2001)...

    Mike Males. California's Graduated Driver License Law: Effects on Older Teenagers

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