Road safety perception and behaviour of young drivers: Case study of Montenegro
The large number of road fatalities and injured represents a serious and challenging global problem. Road users’ personalities, attitudes and behaviour can influence how individuals, especially youngsters, react to a particular driving situation. Young drivers are among the riskiest road users, particularly during the first few months of independent driving. Although they represent only a small percentage of licensed drivers, they are more likely to be involved in traffic accidents with fatalities and injuries than the more experienced ones. The main goal of this paper is to identify differences in perception and behaviour of youngsters compared to other drivers in Montenegro.
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