Factors Affecting Speed Choice
2.1 Speed and accidents
Studies of speed choice
Sites and equipment
Speed and accidents
least in the US at
the time of the study, did not appear to influence driving speed. In terms of
was adapted from study of Quimby et al. Many
of the 57-separate behavioural and attitudinal items in the questionnaire were
drawn from scales that had been used in previous behavioural research, together
with other items added to cover new constructs.
2.1 Sites and equipment
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