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A brief five minute cross-sectional online survey was designed to examine the effects of
COVID-19 on drink-driving behaviours. Five foci were explored in the survey including
driving behaviour, drinking behaviour, drink-driving behaviour, perceptions of RBT,
and response to suspended routine RBT due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Participants are licensed drivers from Queensland, Australia and aged at least 18 years. A total of 350 participants (Mean age = 35 years) have participated in
the survey to date.