From .00 to .05 BAC: Do graduated BAC laws simply delay the young drink-driving problem by a few years?
Keywords: Drink/Drug Driving
Submission Date: 2002
Analysis of Victorian Police crash data has shown 21-26 year-old drivers were over-represented in alcohol-related fatal crashes during 1993-1996. This age range generally represents the period when Victorian probationary drivers progress to a full licence. Correspondingly, their legal Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limit increases from zero to