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Type: Conference paper
Title: Evaluation of Competency Based Driver Training
Author: Kloeden, C.
McLean, A.
Citation: 2001 Road Safety, Research, Policing and Education Conference proceedings, 18-20 November 2001, ... Melbourne, Victoria
Publisher: Road Safety Research
Issue Date: 2001
ISBN: 0732621909
Conference Name: Road Safety, Research, Policing and Education Conference (2001 : Melbourne, Victoria)
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C.N. Kloeden and A.J. McLean
Abstract: This study set out to determine whether there is a meaningful difference between the two procedures by which a driver may obtain a Provisional Drivers Licence in South Australia: the Competency-Based Driver Training and Assessment scheme and the Vehicle on Road Test, in terms of the rate at which recently licensed drivers are involved in crashes and moving traffic offences. The general conclusion from this study is that Competency Based Training and Assessment appears to have little effect on the rate of crash involvement and traffic offences in the first 12 months of driving on a Provisional Licence, compared with drivers who took the Vehicle On Road Test.
Keywords: Crash rate
Driver training
Offence rate
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