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Haire, ER, Leaf, WA, and Solomon, MG. (In Process) Determining the Effectiveness of a Program to Reduce Breath Test Refusals in North Carolina Counties. Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Hedlund, J. and Beirness, D. (In Process). The Use of Search Warrants in Four States to Obtain Blood Samples from Drivers Arrested for Impaired Driving Who Refuse a Breath Test. Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Hedlund, J.H. and McCartt, A.T. Drunk Driving: Seeking Additional Solutions. Final report to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Washington, DC, May, 2002.

Leaf, W.A. and Preusser, D.F. Evaluation of Minnesota’s Vehicle Plate Impoundment Law for Impaired Drivers. Final Report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington DC,DOT HS 811 351, January, 2011.

Leaf, W.A. and Preusser, D.F. Effectiveness of Passive Alcohol Sensors. Final Report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington DC, available NTIS report number DOT HS 808 381, March, 1996.

Martin, S. and Preusser, D. Enforcement strategies for the persistent drinking driver. In Strategies for Dealing with the Persistent Drinking Driver. Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. Transportation Research Circular Number 437, February, 1995, 38-43.

McCartt, A.T. Drowsiness and Alcohol: A Dangerous Combination. In Impaired Driving Update (in process).

McCartt, A.T. Evaluation of Enhanced Sanctions for Higher BACs: Summary of States' Laws. Technical report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Report number DOT HS 809 215, March, 2001.

McCartt, A.T., Geary, L.L. and Nissen, W.J. Observational Study of the Extent of Driving While Suspended for Alcohol-Impaired Driving. Final Report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, contract number DTNH22-98-D-45079, report number DOT HS 809 491, September, 2002.

Preusser, D.F. Identification of alcohol impairment on initial interview. In: Issues and Methods in the Detection of Alcohol and Other Drugs. Transportation Research Board Circular Number E-C020, Washington, DC, December, 2000.

Preusser, D.F., McCartt, A.T. and Martin, S.E. Impaired driving research needs and priorities. In: Alcohol and Other Drugs in Transportation. Transportation Research Board Circular Number 502, January, 2001.

Preusser, D.F., Ulmer R.G. and Preusser, C.W. Impaired driving detection and enforcement. Alcohol and Other Drugs in Transportation, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., June, 1993, Circular #408, 60-66.

Solomon, MG, Hedlund, JL, Haire, ER and Chaffe, RH (2006). The 2006 National Labor Day Impaired Driving Crackdown: Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest. Final report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Washington, D.C., Report number DOT HS 811 038.

Ulmer, R.G., Hedlund, J.H. and Preusser, D.F. Determine Why Alcohol-Related Fatalities Decreased in Five States. Final report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Contract Number DTNH22-97-D-05018 (under review).

Wells, J.K., Preusser, D.F. and Williams, A.F. Enforcing Alcohol-Impaired Driving and Seat Belt Use Laws, Binghamton, New York. Journal of Safety Research, 1992, 23, 63-71.

Zwicker, TJ, Chaudhary, NK, Maloney, S, and Squeglia, R (2007). Connecticut’s Impaired Driving Publicity and Enforcement Campaign. Final Report. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 810 689.

Zwicker, TJ, Chaudhary, NK. Solomon, MG, Siegler, JN, Meadows, JD (2007). West Virginia’s impaired driving high-visibility enforcement campaign, 2003-2005. Final Report. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. DOT HS 810 792.

Zwicker, T. J., Hedlund, J. and Northrup, V. S. (2005). Breath Test Refusals in DWI Enforcement-An Interim Report. report no. DOT HS 809 876., National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Washington, DC.