Journal of Advanced Transportation / 2017 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Evaluation of Factors Affecting E-Bike Involved Crash and E-Bike License Plate Use in China Using a Bivariate Probit Model

Table 4

Descriptive statistics for riding behavior and perception.

VariableDescriptiveFrequencyPercentage (%)

Riding behavior

Law complianceStrong57666.8
Fair20123.3
Weak859.9

Aggressive driving behaviorsFrequently718.2
Generally17119.9
No62071.9

Impulse behaviorFrequently414.8
Generally9611.1
No72584.1

Degree of riding experienceSkilled52761.2
General30134.9
New driver343.9

Surrounding traffic conditionsHeavy traffic47855.5
Light traffic38444.5

Perception

Risk perception scaleHigh38744.9
Low47555.1

Registration feeHigh31436.4
Low54863.6

Time for license registration30 min57766.9
30 min28533.1

drivers deliberately behave in such a manner that increases the risk of conflicts. of self-control and level of tolerance for other people’s fault. likelihood of accident and danger.

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