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67 each of the three subgroups of AR drivers (i.e., young AR Closure drivers, all AR drivers, and repeat offenders) using the analy- ses defined in Step 1 of Procedure 3 above. This would Choosing treatments and targeting those treatments to the provide information on not only which program compo- three illegal driving populations covered in this section is dif- nents need strengthening, but also the size of the AR crash ficult. The programs are complex, there is limited crash-based problem that might be affected by different improvements. information on treatment effectiveness for the strategies cov- The above approach could also be applied to the unli- ered in the three guides, and there is limited information on censed/suspended/revoked driver problem. A large percentage program costs. However, choices have to be made given that of suspended/revoked drivers have been suspended or revoked available budgets will always be limited to some degree. It is for driving under the influence and there is considerable hoped that the procedures presented in this section at least overlap in the proposed treatment strategies. provide some insight into how such choices can be made.