An investigation of the potential causes of motorcycle \ud accidents at road junctions
Motorcycle visibility is a major road traffic accident concern, and many road traffic \ud collisions (RTCs) involving motorcycles are caused by a “right of way” violation. The aim of \ud this thesis is to investigate drivers’ ability to detect and identify motorcycles w... View more
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