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What are the Safety Benefits of Australian High Productivity Vehicles when Compared to the Conventional Heavy Vehicle Fleet?
Transportation Research Procedia
The introduction of High Productivity Vehicles (HPVs) began in Australia from 1999. Since then, the question of actual safety performance was examined in 2013/2014. To develop safety metrics for HPVs major accident benchmarks for the conventional truck fleet were established. This was a major step in national safety research. The second step examined the accident histories of the Australian HPV fleet and compared these to the conventional fleet benchmarks. An operator survey was conducted todoi:10.1016/j.trpro.2016.02.040 fatcat:ybdnjcmnjvb4beg5ckil2omy2i