How do user experiences with different transport modes affect the risk of traffic accidents? From the viewpoint of licence possession status
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Highlights•Awareness of the characteristics of other transport modes can affect road accident risks.•We study perspective-taking ability, with the driving licence as a deciding factor.•Senior citizen pedestrians without a licence are likely to be involved in more accidents.•Those who had a two-wheeler licence have lower left-turn entanglements risks (Japan is left-driving).•Educational interventions should encourage users to consider others’ perspectives.

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