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Journal Article

Citation

Preusser DF, Williams AF, Lund AK. Am. J. Public Health 1985; 75(4): 358-360.

Copyright

(Copyright © 1985, American Public Health Association)

DOI

unavailable

PMID

3976961

PMCID

PMC1646245

Abstract

The relationship of driver licensure rate differences to 16 year old lifestyles was assessed by surveying 15 and 16 year olds in New York, Michigan, and New Jersey. Michigan 16 year olds reported the highest rates of licensure (56 per cent), whereas New York (14 per cent licensed) and New Jersey (2 per cent licensed) had much lower rates. Teenagers in Michigan reported greater decreases in use of bicycles and reliance on parents and relatives for transportation but, for the most part, the differences in 16 year old licensure and mobility were not reflected in lifestyle differences.


Language: en

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