A study conducted by ICM Research has shown that 7.2 million British motorists are trying to move a distance more quickly than is suggested by the navigation system, with obvious consequences in terms of road safety and attention to driving. The fact 50% of respondents admitted to wanting to beat the GPS (“beat the GPS”, literally) and therefore broke the speed limit at least once in the last twelve months. The study then analyzes in detail the behavior not appropriate for the previous year.
Thus it is clear that the aforementioned 7.2 million motorists have reported an incident well 144,000, over 200,000 are out of line, 161,000 have maintained appropriate behavior, 570,000 have not diminished the speed at roundabouts and intersections, and 1.2 million do not care about the light when it yellow.
May be you wanna read about My Other Article at :
Web Reference - Business Directory - Related Articles - Sitemap