Profiling unlicensed drivers and riders in Queensland. Report to Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
Watson, Barry, Livingstone, Kerrie, Armstrong, Kerry, Watson, Angela, & Barraclough, Peter (2011) Profiling unlicensed drivers and riders in Queensland. Report to Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads.
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Unlicensed driving remains a serious problem for road safety, despite ongoing improvements in traffic law enforcement practices and technology. This report examines de-identified traffic infringement and sanction histories for drivers in Queensland who had lost their licence between 1st January 2003 and 31st December 2008. A total of 546,117 Queensland drivers were identified. Key areas discussed include the prevalence of unlicensed driving and the extent to which particular offences were detected amongst drivers with a licence sanction or disqualified licence.
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