Managing Driving After Suspension: Non-Highway Safety Suspended Drivers
Eger, Robert J.
Brien, Spencer T.
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The objective of this study is to explore crash occurrences for drivers with suspension/revocation for nonhighway safety reasons. Using a sample of suspended drivers in eight states, results indicate that as a group, non-highway safety suspended drivers’ crash behavior differs from licensed drivers. Comparative analysis indicates heterogenic crash behavior when non-highway safety suspended drivers are placed into sub-groups based on the underlying reason for their suspension. The results provide information to managers, policymakers, and policing agencies regarding crash behavior for various groups of nonhighway safety suspended drivers. The outcomes may indicate that differential managerial interventions such as graduated licensing after suspension are needed to address the role of sub-group variation.
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