Association of rideshare use with alcohol-associated motor vehicle crash trauma


What The Study Did:


This study looked at whether there was an association between rideshare use, motor vehicle crash traumas and impaired driving convictions in Houston, Texas, by comparing traumas and convictions before and after the introduction of Uber.


Authors:


Christopher


R. Conner, M.D., Ph.D., of the


McGovern Medical


School at the University of Texas


Health Science Center at Houston,


is the

corresponding author.


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