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Random alcohol testing reduced alcohol-involved fatal crashes of drivers of large tru

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Default Random alcohol testing reduced alcohol-involved fatal crashes of drivers of large tru

(Topix) Controlling for the general declining trend in alcohol-involved drivers in fatal crashes, random alcohol testing was correlated with a 14.5% reduction in alcohol involvement among large truck drivers.

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