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4 August 2022

‘Fitness to Drive’: A Rapid Scoping Review Report: Road Safety Trust

This new report available through the UK's Road Safety Knowledge Centre concludes that while a great deal of research spending and effort has created a wealth of information on FTD, there are many areas where the evidence is either inconclusive or where no research has been carried out. The authors identified research gaps by highlighting 10 topic areas within FTD where they feel more research is required in order to influence policy and improve road safety.

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