Changing drinking-and-driving behavior: the effects of Ontario's administrative driver's license suspension law

Mann, Robert E.; Smart, Reginald G.; Stoduto, Gina; Adlaf, Edward M.; Vingilis, Evelyn; Beirness, Douglas; Lamble, Robert
April 2000
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/18/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 8, p1141
Academic Journal
Reports on public awareness of Ontario's administrative suspension law for drinking-and-driving behavior and effectiveness of the law since 1996. Statistical evidence which shows that responses of awareness prior to and after the introduction of the law were improved; Indications for reducing drinking and driving.


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