The effects of driver feedback and financial incentives on driving behaviours: a randomised control trial
Submission Date: 2019
A new strategy that may contribute to reducing the burden associated with road traffic injury is the use of driver feedback and financial incentives to change driver behaviours. The current study assesses the on-road efficacy of an optimised combination of feedback and incentives in changing risky driving behaviours. A total of 232 drivers were recruited to participate in the study. Following a baseline period, participants were randomly assigned to i) no intervention, ii) weekly personalised driver feedback, and iii) weekly personalised driver feedback plus a financial incentive. Data collection is complete and we will complete the analysis in April 2019.