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Review of the legal blood alcohol concentration for drivers / prepared by Leanne Weber
Bib ID 1474835
Format BookBook
Author
Weber, Leanne
 
Description [Adelaide] : Road Safety Division, Dept. of Transport, 1987 
ii, 44 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724339477
Series

Report series (South Australia. Road Safety Division) ; 87/1.

Notes

Spiral binding.

Bibliography: p. 43-44.

Subjects Drinking and traffic accidents -- Australia.  |  Drunk driving -- Australia.  |  Blood alcohol.
Other authors/contributors South Australia. Road Safety Division

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