STUDY OF SELF TEST DEVICES
The study was conducted to determine whether individuals might change their drinking driving behavior if they are informed of their intoxication level and its implications relative to accident involvement and legal consequences. Individuals at public and private drinking situations voluntarily participated in breath testing and presentation of related information prior to departing from those situations. Findings disclosed that participants were no more likely to avoid driving under the influence of alcohol than were individuals not exposed to the breath test/presentation. Neither was there evidence that participants moderated their drinking on subsequent occasions.
Dunlap and Associates IncorporatedOne Parkland Drive
Darien, CT United States 06820
Washington, DC United States 20590
- Oates, JFJ
- Publication Date: 1976-7-15
- Pagination: 120 p.
- TRT Terms: Alcohol breath tests; Alcoholic beverages; Attitudes; Behavior; Counties; Crashes; Drivers; Drunk drivers; Drunk driving; Highway safety; Interviewing; Legal factors; Organizations; Prevention; Project management; Safety; Tests; Traffic safety
- Uncontrolled Terms: Institutions; Projects
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Highways; Law; Safety and Human Factors; Security and Emergencies;
- Accession Number: 00181387
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: DOT-HS-803-400 Final Rpt.
- Contract Numbers: DOT-HS-5-01241
- Files: NTIS, TRIS, USDOT
- Created Date: Oct 12 1979 12:00AM