Young drivers appraisement of road environment from the aspect of traffic safety
The misconception is that only a mistake or unsafe behavior of drivers causing traffic accidents, in almost all cases. The results of this study the causes of road accidents show that in every third of road accident road environment has a significant impact. Road and road environment is one of the significant factors affecting on the road traffic safety. Alongside the road are often different obstacles that affect the passive road traffic safety. Guided by this ascertainment, developed countries have made a major breakthrough in the field of traffic safety based on the improvement of the road environment. All scientific analysis indicates that the roads contribute more the emergence of traffic accidents than what is shown in the statistics. The above reasons, was carried research in which the respondents had the task that the assessments of photographs, from the aspect of traffic safety, which show different outlooks environmental roads. Aim of the study to investigate the how and to what extent young drivers perceive and assess of risk environmental roads, and whether there is a difference between the assessment by various demographic characteristics of the respondents, and the extent to which different assessments of the respondents estimate international renowned experts in the field of road traffic safety.
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