International Drivers' Behaviour Research Association (IDBRA)
Association internationale pour l'étude du comportement des conducteurs
1970-10-22 Germany FR
22 Oct 1970, Schloss Tremsbuttel (Germany FR). Registered in accordance with Swiss law. Ceased to exist; last activity reported 1987.
Provide knowledge on the behaviour of motor vehicle drivers under different circumstances (environment, vehicle) to competent national and international organizations; act as a catalyst and coordinator in research to improve range and effectiveness of means to improve road safety and reduce road accident deaths, injuries and long-term disability.
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Network of road safety scientists and research administrators. Annual General Assembly elects Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary General; designates chairman of Scientific Committee and auditors. Executive Committee.
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