Controlled study of ISA effects: comparing speed attitudes between young volunteers and external controls, and the effect of different ISA treatments on the speeding of volunteers

Lisbeth Harms, Brith Klarborg, Harry Lahrmann, Niels Agerholm, Erik Jensen, Nerius Tradisauskas

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Abstract

The present study is a part of the ISA PAYD project being conducted in the County of

North Jutland, Denmark. The first part of the study compared background data and

attitudes between young ISA-volunteers and non-volunteers. Volunteers and nonvolunteers

differed only with respect to their judgement of ISA effects. The second part

of the study compared effects of ISA on speeding for ISA-volunteers exposed to different

combinations of informative ISA and incentives e.g. speed dependent insurance

discounts. Comparisons of amount speeding between treatment groups showed that ISA

in combination with incentives and ISA alone reduced speeding, incentive without ISA

had some effect on speeding whereas the control group, which neither had ISA or

incentives continued to speed throughout an observation period of 18 weeks.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings from 6th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services, Time to Intelligent Move, 18th - 20th June 2007
EditorsHarry Lahrmann
Number of pages12
PublisherERTICO
Publication date2007
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Event6th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services - Aalborg, Denmark
Duration: 18 Jun 200720 Jun 2007
Conference number: 6

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Conference6th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services
Number6
CountryDenmark
CityAalborg
Period18/06/200720/06/2007

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Harms, L., Klarborg, B., Lahrmann, H., Agerholm, N., Jensen, E., & Tradisauskas, N. (2007). Controlled study of ISA effects: comparing speed attitudes between young volunteers and external controls, and the effect of different ISA treatments on the speeding of volunteers. In H. Lahrmann (Ed.), Proceedings from 6th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services, Time to Intelligent Move, 18th - 20th June 2007 ERTICO.
Harms, Lisbeth ; Klarborg, Brith ; Lahrmann, Harry ; Agerholm, Niels ; Jensen, Erik ; Tradisauskas, Nerius. / Controlled study of ISA effects : comparing speed attitudes between young volunteers and external controls, and the effect of different ISA treatments on the speeding of volunteers. Proceedings from 6th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services, Time to Intelligent Move, 18th - 20th June 2007. editor / Harry Lahrmann. ERTICO, 2007.
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Harms, L, Klarborg, B, Lahrmann, H, Agerholm, N, Jensen, E & Tradisauskas, N 2007, Controlled study of ISA effects: comparing speed attitudes between young volunteers and external controls, and the effect of different ISA treatments on the speeding of volunteers. in H Lahrmann (ed.), Proceedings from 6th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services, Time to Intelligent Move, 18th - 20th June 2007. ERTICO, Aalborg, Denmark, 18/06/2007.

Controlled study of ISA effects : comparing speed attitudes between young volunteers and external controls, and the effect of different ISA treatments on the speeding of volunteers. / Harms, Lisbeth; Klarborg, Brith; Lahrmann, Harry; Agerholm, Niels; Jensen, Erik; Tradisauskas, Nerius.

Proceedings from 6th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services, Time to Intelligent Move, 18th - 20th June 2007. ed. / Harry Lahrmann. ERTICO, 2007.

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