Comparison of Self-report Crashes, State Crash Records and an On-Road Driving Assessment in a Population-Based Sample of Drivers Aged 69-95 Years
Objective: The study evaluated associations between outcome measures used in driving research including self-reported crashes, state crash records, and an on-road driving test (ORT). Method: A total of 750 community dwelling participants aged 69 to 95 were recruited via the electoral roll into a study on injury prevention. Of these, 509 were drivers, and data on self-reported crashes, and either state crash records, or an on-road assessment were available for 488. Crash history data were...[Show more]
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