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References

1. Insurance Institute for Institute for Highway Safety, Q & A page on alcohol (http://www.iihs.org/safety_facts/qanda/alcohol_general.htm).

Readings and References

Brookhuis, K. A., et al. The effects of mobile telephoning on driving performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1991, 23(4), 309-316.

Brookoff, D., Cook, C. S., Williams, C., and Mann, C. S. Testing reckless drivers for cocaine and marijuana. New England Journal of Medicine, 1994, 331, 518-522.

Don't Dial and Drive. San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 14, 1997, p. A26.

Frisbie, T. Talking mobile. Traffic Safety, 1991, 91(2), 26-28.

Facts about Drowsy Driving. The Peer Educator, 2000, 23(4), 9 &14) (www.dui.com/whatsnew/sleep.html).

Kirby, J. M., Maull, K. I., and Fain, W. Comparability of alcohol and drug use in injured drivers. Southern Medical Journal, 1992, 85, 800-802.

Lundegaard, Karen. DWI court treatment programs in U.S. show signs of helping drunk drivers to sober up. Wall street Journal, 4-7-04, pp. B1-B2.

McKnight, A. J., and McKnight, A. S. The effect of cellular phone use upon driver inattention. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1993, 25(3), 259-265.

Petica, S. Risks of cellular phone usage in the car and its impact on road safety. Recherche-Transports-Securite, 1993, 37, 45-56.

Redelmeier, D. A., and Tibshirani, R. J. Association between cellular telephone calls and motor vehicle collisions. New England Journal of Medicine, 1997, 336(7).

Saylor, K. E., DuPont, R. L., and Brown, H. The high way: driving under influences other than alcohol. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1992, 267, 652.

Violanti, J. M., et al. Cellular phones and traffic safety. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1996, 28, 265-270.

Williams, A. F. Drugs in fatally injured young male drivers. Public Health Reports, 1985, 100(1), 19-25.

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