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Table 1 The 16 items of the A-TRIBE inventory before reduction procedure

From: Assessing self-reported risky behavior among two-wheeled vehicle users: an exploratory analysis comparing e-bikers to other riders

INSTRUMENT INTRODUCTION
“Over the last 6 months, how often have you adopted the following riding behaviors while riding your two-wheeler?”
RESPONSE RATING SCALE
0-never, 1-almost never, 2-occasionally, 3-often, 4-very often, 5-almost all the time
ITEMS
1-I overtook two-wheelers
2-I overtook cars
3-I let two-wheelers overtake me
4-I let a car overtake me
5-I rode between two lanes of two-wheelers
6-I rode between two lanes of vehicles
7-I kept my trajectory in front of another two-wheeler progressing in the opposite direction
8-At an intersection with traffic signals, when the light turned red, I stopped on or beyond the continuous white stop line
9-Upon seeing the traffic light turn red, I rode on the pedestrian crossing to keep on my way without stopping
10-After a full stop at a red traffic signal, I sped up as quickly as possible when the signal turned green
11-I rode very close to the two-wheeler in front of me
12-I rode very close to the car in front of me
13-Upon leaving my parking space, I pulled out in front of a two- wheeler that was already on the road and was imminently approaching
14-Upon leaving my parking space, I pulled out in front of a car that was already on the road and was imminently approaching
15-I maintained the same speed and trajectory when a pedestrian appeared to be about to cross the road in front of me at any time
16-I crossed an intersection with no traffic lights without letting another two-wheeler approaching at a steady pace coming from my right or my left to enter ahead of me
  1. The original Chinese version is available from the first author upon request