Over 30-year old time series on attitudes to road safety

News: 2013-06-28
The Road safety survey measure the Swedish population's attitudes and behaviour in matters such as speed limits, seat belt use and drunk driving. The study started in 1981 and is carried out annually since then. A general pattern in the results is that attitudes on road safety are stable over time and the changes that occur, occur slowly.

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