2007 Motor Vehicle Occupant Safety Survey Volume-4(Report)

2007 Motor Vehicle Occupant Safety Survey Volume-4(Report)


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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This is the fourth report volume from NHTSA's large-sample national telephone survey, conducted in 2007, addressing occupant protection issues.  Volume 4 presents the survey results pertaining to crash injury experience, use of the EMS system, and cell phone use while driving. IMPLICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY: The report provides data to consider when making strategic decisions about allocating health care resources.  It shows the percentage of adults injured in a crash, and the demand they placed on EMS and other health care systems for immediate and follow-up treatment.  This includes data showing hospitalization less often needed when a seat belt was worn.  The report also shows the extent of public use of the 9-1-1 emergency call system.  Other data describe the level of confidence in the EMS system, and how this varies across groups.  In addition, data on cell phone use describe the magnitude of this driver distraction behavior.