Car Drivers' Attitudes and Visual Skills in Relation to Motorcyclists
Road Safety Research Report No. 121
|Publisher:||Department for Transport|
|Publication type:||Research report|
|Published date:||3 February 2011|
|Mode/topic:||Roads, Road safety|
This research set out to examine the reasons why car drivers are responsible for collisions with motorcyclists at junctions, which is the most common type of motorcycle casualty. In particular it looked at whether at poor attitudes of car drivers and perceptual problems may help explain why car drivers collide with motorcyclists.
- Road Safety Research Report No.121 - Car drivers' attitudes and visual skills in relation to motorcyclists - Findings (PDF - 252 KB)
- Road Safety Research Report No.121 - Car drivers' attitudes and visual skills in relation to motorcyclists - main report (PDF - 1036 KB)
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