|Authors:||Ross Owen Phillips, Aslak Fyhri|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-0986-3|
This is a report of a survey carried out in Norway in 2008 to assess attitudes, knowledge and behaviour relating to different road safety themes. Comparison with previous surveys reveals certain trends occurring over the last decade, including increasing levels of selfreported cycle helmet use, continously sustained high selfreported levels of speeding, a decline in attitudes favouring speed limit reduction, and an increase in attitudes in favour of the current alcohol limit. The report highlights differences in road safety attitute, knowledge and behaviour according to gender, age, region, education, income and distance driven. The overall aim is to provide a dynamic insight into road user mentality and behaviour in order to better inform future traffic safety measures.