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The evolution and effectiveness of graduated licensing

Herb M. Simpson, Journal of Safety Research 34 (2003) 25-34



This paper traces the history of graduated licensing, starting about the time when Pat Waller's paper on the genesis of the concept ends, and examines the extent to which graduated licensing has produced reductions in collisions. It concludes with some general observations about future research needs, anticipating several of the papers that follow. [from Abstract]