Gasoline prices and their relationship to drunk-driving crashes 机翻标题: 暂无翻译,请尝试点击翻译按钮。

来源
Accident Analysis and Prevention
年/卷/期
2011 / 43 / 1
页码
194-203
ISSN号
0001-4575
作者单位
Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University, PO Box 5287, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA;Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mississippi State University, PO Box 9546, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA;Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University, PO Box 5287, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA;Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota, 500 Pillsbury Drive Se Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA;Department of Sociology, Mississippi State University, PO Box C, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA,Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University, PO Box 5287, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA,Department of Sociology and Social Science Research;Department of Sociology, Mississippi State University, PO Box C, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA,Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University, PO Box 5287, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA;Department of Sociology, Mississippi State University, PO Box C, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA,Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University, PO Box 5287, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA;Department of Sociology, Mississippi State University, PO Box C, Mississippi State MS 39762, USA;
作者
Arthur G.Cosby;Li Zhang;Angela A.Robertson;David Levinson;Guangqing Chi;Xuan Zhou;Timothy E.McClure;Paul A.Gilbert;
摘要
This study investigates the relationship between changing gasoline prices and drunk-driving crashes. Specifically, we examine the effects of gasoline prices on drunk-driving crashes in Mississippi by several crash types and demographic groups at the monthly level from 2004 to 2008, a period experiencing great fluctuation in gasoline prices. An exploratory visualization by graphs shows that higher gasoline prices are generally associated with fewer drunk-driving crashes. Higher gasoline prices depress drunk-driving crashes among young and adult drivers, among male and female drivers, and among white and black drivers. Results from negative binomial regression models show that when gas prices are higher, there are fewer drunk-driving crashes, particularly among property-damage-only crashes. When alcohol consumption levels are higher, there are more drunk-driving crashes, particularly fatal and injury crashes. The effects of gasoline prices and alcohol consumption are stronger on drunk-driving crashes than on all crashes. The findings do not vary much across different demographic groups. Overall, gasoline prices have greater effects on less severe crashes and alcohol consumption has greater effects on more severe crashes.
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关键词/主题词
drunk-driving crashes;gasoline prices;alcohol consumption;mississippi;
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