How many times have we seen the RTA and other self interest groups quote a report by University of Adelaide on the equivalency between blood alcohol and small incremental speeding.
Well, without considering the 'black and white line' issues, you can let yourself be exhilarated by reading the report at:
In the report you will see gems in research practice such as drawing conclusions made by a sample of FOUR cars comparing to ONE crash car, and in an amazing stretch of the imagination the link between speed and alcohol being made between information from 1979 versus 1997 (have cars and roads changed since then I ask?). That's after a quick scan of some sections in around five minutes - what else is there??????
I have of course sent an email to the Professor of the accident research department of UofA to see what he has to say about the RTA etc claims.