Alcohol & Traffic Crashes
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Shults, R. A., Elder, R. W., Sleet, D. A., Nichols, J. L., Alao, M. O., Carande-Kulis, V. G., . . . Thompson, R. S. (2001). Reviews of evidence regarding interventions to reduce alcohol-impaired driving.American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 21(4), 66-88. (Abstract) (Link).
Elder, R. W., Shults, R. A., Sleet, D. A., Nichols, J. L., Thompson, R. S., & Rajab, W. (2004). Effectiveness of mass media campaigns for reducing drinking and driving and alcohol-involved crashes: a systematic review. Am J Prev Med, 27(1), 57-65. (Abstract) (Link).
IIHS. (2005). Reflecting on the alcohol-impaired driving problem worldwide and what to about it. Status Report, 40,4 (Full text)
Wagenaar, A. C., Maldonado-Molina, M. M., Erickson, D. J., Ma, L., Tobler, A. L., &Komro, K. A. (2007). General deterrence effects of U.S. statutory DUI fine and jail penalties: Long-term follow-up in 32 states. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 39(5), 982-994. (Abstract) (Link).
Ecorys. (2014). Study on the prevention of drinkdriving by the use of alcohol interlock devices. Rotterdam: European Commission: DG for Mobility and Transport. (Full Text).
Fell, J. C., Waehrer, G., Voas, R. B., Auld-Owens, A., Carr, K., & Pell, K. (2015). Relationship of Impaired Driving Enforcement Intensity to Drinking and Driving on the Roads. Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research, 39(1), 84-92. (Abstract) (Full text).
Carter, P. M., Flannagan, C. A. C., Bingham, C. R., Cunningham, R. M., & Rupp, J. D. (2015).Modeling the injury prevention impact of mandatory alcohol ignition interlock installation in all new US vehicles. American Journal of Public Health, 105(5), 1028-1035.(Abstract) (Full Text).
Sethi, M., Heyer, J. H., Wall, S., DiMaggio, C., Shinseki, M., Slaughter, D., &Frangos, S. G. (2016). Alcohol use by urban bicyclists is associated with more severe injury, greater hospital resource use, and higher mortality. Alcohol, 53, 1-7. (Abstract) (Link).