Factors Predicting Local Effectiveness of Impaired Driving Laws, British Columbia, Canada.

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Summary of "Factors Predicting Local Effectiveness of Impaired Driving Laws, British Columbia, Canada."

In 2010, British Columbia introduced laws allowing police to suspend licenses and impound vehicles of drinking drivers based on roadside breath alcohol analysis results. This study examines regional variation in the effectiveness of the new laws and identifies local factors that may have modified the laws' effectiveness.


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Name: Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs
ISSN: 1938-4114
Pages: 899-909


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