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Retracted: Effect of driving domain on driving attitude profiles in winter seasons of India

Biranchi Narayan Adhikari, Ajay Kumar Behera, Rabindra Narayan Mahapatra and Harish Chandra Das

Growth and Change, 2022, vol. 53, issue 1, 4-34

Abstract: The trademark of motor vehicle use and driving attitude profiles explores new safety upgrades and energy redemption because of the role of driving attitude profiles and driving domains on road mishaps and traffic intensities. Thus, the goal of this research was to identify driving attitude profiles for multiple driving domains (on the basis of speed limits and winter conditions) from real‐world driving information and to investigate how these driving environments have an impact on driving attitude profiles. The study for this research was located in Bhubaneswar, India, where driving information from 64 motorists was collected with Fog Monitor (FM‐120) for at least 12 months. The outcomes indicate that both speed limits and winter states influence driving attitude profiles significantly. Specifically, for winter states, the outcomes provide authentication that motorists drive more quietly (normal speed is 21% lower for zero visibility (visibility

Date: 2022
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