Drinking and Driving in the United States: The 1996 National Roadside Survey (Report)

Drinking and Driving in the United States: The 1996 National Roadside Survey (Report)


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This report presents the results of the 1996 National Roadside Survey, conducted to determine the proportion of drivers exposed to involvement in alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes. The survey consisted of interviewing and breath testing more than 6,000 motorists between September and November of 1996. Analysis of this data helped to calculate the relative risk of crash involvement at various blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels, and measured impaired driving trends over time. Survey data was compared with data collected in two previous roadside surveys, performed in 1973 and 1986. Black and white, 8.5" x 11', 37 pages.