Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Study Finds Drivers Fear Accidents, Speeders in Bad Weather

Good data on driver behavior ...

"Having an accident is the biggest fear of drivers when severe winter weather strikes, alongside concerns about other people driving too fast and the risk of skidding on ice.

Three out of four people who drive to work would still be likely to try to make their journey despite severe weather, while only one in four would be likely to go shopping or to visit friends.

The findings come from new research into drivers' attitudes commissioned by the British Highways Agency, which is responsible for England's motorways and major roads."   continued ...   (Via Occupational Hazards)

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