Cell phone use while driving: the behavioural risk of injury in Thailand

J. Patara-archachai, K. Srisawat
2010 Injury Prevention  
In the globalisation era, the cell phones were commonly used for many purposes. Its advantages were to send email, SMS, MMS or connect to the internet every time they use. Therefore, it was not surprising that most people usually had at least one cell phone and tended to be accessible while driving on the road. Objective To determine behaviour of cell phone use during driving in relation to car accident. Source of data All complete data from national survey of cell phone while driving by the
more » ... e driving by the Road Safety Fund, Department of Land Transport, Ministry of Transport. There are 5347 samples who complete all questionnaire were analysed. Three behavioural and two risk reduction factors were analysed by logistic regression. Result and discussion The result showed that three behavioural risk factors obtained cell phone use more than 5 min each on 22 July 2018 by guest. Protected by copyright.
doi:10.1136/ip.2010.029215.143 fatcat:hakbfgecjvhhvelwyyzozpc7h4