Risky Riding Behaviour Among Malaysian Young Motorcyclists
Muhammad Safizal, Abdullah
Muhammad Asyraf, Mohamed Kassim
Mohd Fitri, Mansor
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The main objective of this study was to explore the relationship between riding attitude, sensation seeking, anger and riding confidence with risky riding behaviour among motorcyclist at University Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP). Partial Least Squares of Structural equation modelling (SEM) and Statistical Package Social Science (SPSS) are utilized to determine the direct effect of the variables. The results discovered that riding attitude, sensation seeking, and anger had shown positive significant relationship towards risky riding behaviour while riding confidence has shown negative significant relationship towards risky riding behaviour.