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Differences in Rental and Nonrental Car Crashes

Table 4

Estimation results of random parameters binary logit model.

VariableMeanScale
Coeff.Std. err. valueCoeff.Std. err. value

Driver demographics
Male0.70570.0268<0.0010.23220.024<0.001
Age (25–44)−0.67180.0256<0.0010.24990.023<0.001
Age (45–64)−0.94690.0294<0.0010.09790.0460.034
Age (65+)−1.80440.1010<0.0011.42240.218<0.001
Driver behaviors
Inattention0.12410.0202<0.0010.03660.0340.276
Impaired driving−0.41580.0514<0.0011.85900.107<0.001
Poor driving0.21820.0491<0.0010.59550.113<0.001
Poor handling0.02040.11560.8601.66440.257<0.001
Aggressive driving0.35880.11530.0020.10200.2810.716
Other driver factors−0.13870.08340.0961.73620.179<0.001
Control variables
No vehicle factor−0.32310.06050.5930.62190.023<0.001
No road factor−0.08560.04770.0720.43610.023<0.001
No env. factor−0.07470.12390.5460.06700.0230.003
Constant−2.24270.1392<0.001

Note. ,  , and   denote statistical significance at 90%, 95%,  and  99% confidence levels.

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