Do perceptions and attitudes towards speeding and mobile phone use differ among drivers? - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Do perceptions and attitudes towards speeding and mobile phone use differ among drivers?

9 Aug 2021

Are you a learner or provisional driver?

Participants are needed for a new longitudinal study at the Road Safety Research Collaboration Unit.

Are you aged 17 years and over? Do you live in Queensland?

We are seeking individuals who have a current Queensland L, P1 or P2 Driver’s licence to participate in our longitudinal study investigating perceptions and attitudes towards speeding and mobile phone use in learner and provisional drivers.

Participation involves completing a 20-25 minute anonymous online survey.

Participants may choose to enter a prize draw to win one of 10 $50 Visa gift cards for the first survey, and will receive a $5 online Visa Gift Card Voucher for each follow-up survey they complete.