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in the driver s seat 2009 autovantage road rage survey final report revised

“In the Driver’s Seat”2009 AutoVantage Road Rage SurveyFinal Report - Revised

Prepared by:

May 26, 2009

contents
Contents

I. Executive Summary

Research Sponsor

Research Purpose

Research Methodology

Research Sample

Key Findings

II. Detailed Findings

Observations of Various Behaviors

Reactions to Rude or Aggressive Drivers

Frequency of Performing Various Behaviors

Had an Accident Doing the Various Actions

III. Appendix

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research sponsor autovantage
Research Sponsor: AutoVantage
  • The sponsor of this national study is AutoVantage, a national automobile membership club. It has provided more than 1 million service calls for customers, offering everything from 24-hour roadside assistance to towing to lockout service and more.
    • Members of AutoVantage can save from 5 to 20 percent on car care at some 19,000 service locations, including participating AAMCO, Jiffy Lube, Meineke and American Care Center locations. AutoVantage also offers 24-hour nationwide emergency towing, roadside assistance, and lockout protection from its network of more than 10,000 emergency roadside assistance providers. Trip routing for maps and door-to-door driving directions across the U.S are also included. AutoVantage is offered by Affinion Group, a leader in the membership, insurance and loyalty marketing businesses, providing products and services that touch the lives of millions of Americans.

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research purpose
Research Purpose
  • AutoVantage was interested in conducting similar research to a study they commissioned in 2006, 2007, and 2008.
  • The overall purpose of this research was to gather information on the driving habits and attitudes on the topic of “Road Rage.”
  • AutoVantage once again partnered with Prince Market Research (PMR), an independent market research company, to conduct a national opinion poll on this topic.

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research methodology
Research Methodology
  • The questionnaire contained 34 questions and was approved by both parties.
  • The questionnaire was similar to the one used in 2008.
  • The following three questions were removed from this year’s questionnaire:
    • In your opinion, how effective would each of the following actions be in reducing “road rage” in your city?
      • Limiting cell phone usage to “hands free” only
      • Making it illegal to use a cell phone while driving
      • Using automatic cameras to record traffic violations, such as running a red light, in order to send tickets to aggressive drivers
  • The following three questions were added to this year’s questionnaire:
    • Have you ever come close to or actually had an accident doing the following things while driving?
      • Texting/emailing on your cell phone or Blackberry
      • Searching/Scrolling menu options on your iPod/MP3 player
      • Using your GPS/Navigation System

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Research Methodology
  • To qualify, respondents had to be 21 years of age or older and personally drive at least 10 minutes during rush hour at least three days of the week, Monday through Friday.
    • Note: this change was made in 2008 due to the fact that more Americans are telecommuting or working part-time.
  • In 2009, the calculation for the Overall ranking of the Most and Least Courteous cities was modified. The "net courtesy score" is now computed by adding together the following rankings for each city:
    • Those that said drivers in their area are “Less" courteous than drivers elsewhere
    • "Everyday" Observed Behaviors
    • "Yes" Reaction Behaviors
    • "Everyday" Have Done Behaviors

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Research Methodology
  • During the period January 8 through March 24, 2009, a total of n=2,518 telephone interviews were completed with a random sampling of consumers in 25 major metropolitan areas in the United States.
  • A minimum of 100 interviews were completed in each of the 25 designated metropolitan areas.
  • Interviews averaged 6-8 minutes in length.
  • No incentive for participation was offered, and the sponsor of the research was not revealed.
  • The margin of error for the full sample (n=2,518) is +/-2%. The margin of error for each of the individual 25 markets is larger.

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research sample
Research Sample
  • Interviews were conducted with consumers in the Top 25 MSA cities.
  • It is also important to note that Riverside/San Bernardino, according to the updated estimates, is now considered its own metropolitan area; however for the purposes of this survey, Riverside/San Bernardino is represented in the Los Angeles market, and Sacramento remains the 25th market tested.

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Research Sample

*Note: MSA Source provided by U.S. Census Metropolitan and Micropolitan statistical areas. Please see http://www.census.gov/popest/metro/CBSA-est2007-annual.html.

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key findings
Key Findings
  • New York was revealed as the city with the least courteous drivers among the 25 metropolitan areas included in the study. Nearly one-third (30%)of respondents in New York said that drivers in their city were more courteous than drivers in other major cities, while 21% said drivers in their city were less courteous than drivers elsewhere.
  • The ten cities with the least courteous drivers for 2009 include:
    • #1- New York #6- Phoenix
    • #2- Dallas #7- Miami
    • #3- Detroit #8- Houston
    • #4- Atlanta #9- Cincinnati
    • #5- Minneapolis #10- San Diego

*Note: Rankings are based on computing a “net courtesy score” for each of the 25 markets. See page 23 for detailed results.

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Key Findings
  • The Most Courteous City among the 25 metropolitan areas for 2009 was Portland. Nearly one-half (43%) of respondents in Portland said drivers in their city are more courteous than drivers in other major cities. Cleveland was the #2 city with the most courteous drivers.
  • The ten cities with the most courteous drivers for 2009 include:
    • #1- Portland #6- Washington, DC
    • #2- Cleveland #7- Philadelphia (tie)
    • #3- Baltimore #7- Saint Louis (tie)
    • #4- Sacramento #9- Boston
    • #5- Pittsburgh #10- Seattle

*Note: Rankings are based on computing a “net courtesy score” for each of the 25 markets. See page 22 for detailed results.

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Key Findings
  • As was the case in 2007 and 2008, angry drivers emerged as the most frequently mentioned response when asked “what does the term ‘Road Rage’ mean to you.”
    • Aggressive driving, including bad, dangerous drivers and those that cut people off, tailgate, speed, and/or honk was the second most frequently mentioned response.
    • Crazy drivers and impatient drivers were mentioned by a handful of respondents.
  • When asked “what would you say are the major causes of Road Rage,” the following themes emerged:
    • Bad/careless/poor drivers, including cutting off other drivers, speeding, making obscene gestures, and not using proper signals
    • Anger, stress, frustration, bad day/temper, personal issues, tired
    • People being in a hurry, impatient, running late
    • Traffic, accidents, poor road conditions, construction
    • Inconsiderate/disrespectful/selfish drivers that think they own the road

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Key Findings
  • Commuters see the following road rage inducing behaviors by other drivers in their metropolitan area every day:
    • Talking on cell phone (84% every day)
    • Driving too fast (58%)
    • Tailgating (53%)
  • Nearly one-half (48%) of all respondents said they see commuters eating and/or drinking while driving and another 43% see commuters cutting over without notice.
  • Over one-third (37%) see commuters daily texting and/or emailing while driving and 27% see commuters doing other tasks like putting on make-up, shaving, or reading.

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Key Findings
  • Almost one-half (42%) of all respondents said they have honked their horn as a response to a rude or aggressive driver. This was the most frequently admitted reaction.
  • Other reactions to rude driving were as follows:
    • Cursed at another driver (36%)
    • Waved your first or arms at another driver (13%)
    • Made an obscene gesture at another driver (10%)
    • Called and reported another driver (7%)
    • Slammed into the back of a bad driver (1%)
  • Younger drivers, and those with longer commutes, are more likely to honk their horn at another driver. Commuters in Miami are most likely to curse at another driver while commuters in New York are most likely to wave their fist or arms at another driver.

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Key Findings
  • Commuters were most likely to admit doing the following behaviors themselves every day while driving:
    • Talking on cell phone (22% do every day)
    • Eating or drinking (22%)
    • Driving too fast (11%)
    • Tailgating (4%)
    • Sending text messages, emails, and/or using Blackberry (3%)
  • Young drivers, and those with longer commutes, were the most likely to confess to talking on their cell phone and driving too fast on a daily basis.
  • Commuters in Dallas were most likely to admit that they talk on their cell phone daily while driving and commuters in Minneapolis were most likely to admit that they eat or drink daily while driving.

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Key Findings
  • When asked “Have you ever come close to or actually had an accident texting/emailing on your cell phone or Blackberry while driving,” just 4% of commuters said they have come close while a majority (89%) of commuters said they have never come close or had an accident.
  • Commuters were also asked if they have ever come close to or actually had an accident searching/scrolling menu options on their iPod/MP3 player or using their GPS/Navigation system while driving. Two out of a hundred (2%) commuters said they have come close to having had an accident, as a consequence of doing these things.
    • Searching/scrolling iPod/MP3 player (91% Never)
    • Using GPS/Navigation system (90% Never)

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ii detailed findings

II. Detailed Findings

Note: Because individual answers are rounded up or down, totals will not always equal 100%.

drivers are more less courteous here
Drivers are More/Less Courteous Here
  • In terms of road rage, how do you think the drivers in your metropolitan area compare with the drivers in other major cities?

*The wording for this question was changed slightly from previous periods.

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Drivers are More/Less Courteous Here

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Drivers are More/Less Courteous Here

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most courteous city rankings
“Most Courteous” City Rankings

*Note: The "net courtesy score" was computed by adding together the rankings of those that said drivers in their area are “Less" courteous than drivers elsewhere, "Everyday" Observed Behaviors, "Yes" Reaction Behaviors, and "Everyday" Have Done Behaviors.

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least courteous city rankings
“Least Courteous” City Rankings

*Note: The "net courtesy score" was computed by adding together the rankings of those that said drivers in their area are “Less" courteous than drivers elsewhere, "Everyday" Observed Behaviors, "Yes" Reaction Behaviors, and "Everyday" Have Done Behaviors.

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definition of road rage
Definition of Road Rage
  • What does the term “Road Rage” mean, to you?
  • Angry driverswas the most frequently mentioned response. Over one-half (58%) of all respondents mentioned this. This was the most popular response in both 2007 and 2008.
    • Drivers that overreact to other drivers and/or traffic conditions
    • Drivers that lose their tempers, sometimes even getting physical (making an obscene gesture, running drivers off the road, getting out of the car, threatening/yelling at other drivers)
    • Out of control/Violent drivers
    • Angry/Upset/Frustrated/Mad drivers
  • Aggressive driving was mentioned by one-fourth (24%) of all respondents.
    • Aggressive drivers who cut people off, tailgate, speed, and/or honk
    • Bad/careless drivers
    • Dangerous/Erratic/Reckless/Rude driving
  • Crazy drivers (7%) and Impatient drivers(5%) were also mentioned.

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causes of road rage
Causes of Road Rage
  • What would you say are the major causes of Road Rage? Respondents could mention up to three causes (provide more than one answer)
  • The most frequently mentioned themes were:
    • 66% of respondents mentioned Bad/careless/immature/ignorant drivers; cutting off other drivers; improperly changing lanes; speeding; going too slow; tailgating; talking on cell phone; blowing horn; slamming on brakes; making obscene gestures; not using proper signals
    • 44% of respondents mentioned Anger; stress; aggression; frustration; bad day/temper; personal issues; tired
    • 35% of respondents mentioned People being in a hurry; impatient; running late
    • 17% of respondents mentioned Traffic; accidents; poor road conditions; construction
    • 13% of respondents mentioned Inconsiderate/disrespectful/discourteous/ selfish/rude drivers; drivers thinking they own road/they have priority; drivers thinking they are good drivers

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observed overall summary
Observed: Overall Summary

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Observed: Overall Summary

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Observed: Overall Summary

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observed cutting over without notice
Observed: Cutting Over Without Notice
  • How often do you see any of the following road rage inducing behavior by other drivers in your metro area: drivers cutting into your lane with little or no warning/notice?

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Observed: Cutting Over Without Notice

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Observed: Cutting Over Without Notice

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Observed: Tailgating
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers who tailgate?

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Observed: Tailgating

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Observed: Tailgating

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Observed: Slamming on Brakes
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers who slam on their brakes at the last minute?

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Observed: Slamming on Brakes

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Observed: Slamming on Brakes

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observed running red lights
Observed: Running Red Lights
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers who run right through a light that has already turned red?

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Observed: Running Red Lights

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Observed: Running Red Lights

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observed driving too fast
Observed: Driving Too Fast
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers driving a lot faster than is safe for road or traffic conditions?

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Observed: Driving Too Fast

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Observed: Driving Too Fast

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Observed: Talking on Cell Phone
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers who are talking on their cell phone?

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Observed: Talking on Cell Phone

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Observed: Talking on Cell Phone

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Observed: Texting and/or Emailing
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers who are texting, emailing, and/or using their Blackberry while driving?

*This was a new question in 2008, therefore there are no comparisons to 2006 and 2007.

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Observed: Texting and/or Emailing

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Observed: Texting and/or Emailing

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observed eating or drinking
Observed: Eating or Drinking
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers who are eating or drinking while driving?

*This was a new question in 2008, therefore there are no comparisons to 2006 and 2007.

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Observed: Eating or Drinking

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Observed: Eating or Drinking

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Observed: Doing Other Things
  • How often do you see the following road rage inducing behavior by others in your metro area: drivers who doing other things, like putting on make-up, shaving, or reading?

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Observed: Doing Other Things

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Observed: Doing Other Things

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Reaction: Overall Summary

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Reaction: Overall Summary

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Reaction: Honked Your Horn
  • In the last month, have you done the following as a reaction to rude or aggressive drivers: honked your horn?

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Reaction: Honked Your Horn

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Reaction: Honked Your Horn

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Reaction: Cursed
  • In the last month, have you done the following as a reaction to rude or aggressive drivers: cursed at another driver?

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Reaction: Cursed

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Reaction: Cursed

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Reaction: Made an Obscene Gesture
  • In the last month, have you done the following as a reaction to rude or aggressive drivers: made an obscene gesture at another driver?

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Reaction: Made an Obscene Gesture

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Reaction: Made an Obscene Gesture

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Reaction: Waved Fist/Arms
  • In the last month, have you done the following as a reaction to rude or aggressive drivers: waved your fist or arms at another driver?

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Reaction: Waved Fist/Arms

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Reaction: Waved Fist/Arms

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Reaction: Called to Report Driver
  • In the last month, have you done the following as a reaction to rude or aggressive drivers: called and reported another driver?

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Reaction: Called to Report Driver

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Reaction: Called to Report Driver

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Reaction: Slammed Into Car
  • In the last month, have you done the following as a reaction to rude or aggressive drivers: slammed into the back of a bad driver?

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Reaction: Slammed Into Car

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Reaction: Slammed Into Car

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Have Done: Overall Summary

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Have Done: Overall Summary

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Have Done: Overall Summary

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Observed vs. Have Done Summary

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Observed vs. Have Done Summary

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Have Done: Cut Over Without Notice
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: merged into another lane with little or now warning/notice?

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Have Done: Cut Over Without Notice

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Have Done: Cut Over Without Notice

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have done tailgated
Have Done: Tailgated
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: driven too close to the car in front of you?

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Have Done: Tailgated

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Have Done: Tailgated

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have done slammed on brakes
Have Done: Slammed on Brakes
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: slammed on your brakes at the last minute, causing problems for drivers behind you?

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Have Done: Slammed on Brakes

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Have Done: Slammed on Brakes

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have done run red lights
Have Done: Run Red Lights
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: run through a traffic light that was already red?

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Have Done: Run Red Lights

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Have Done: Run Red Lights

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Have Done: Driven Too Fast
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: driven a lot faster than you really should have?

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Have Done: Driven Too Fast

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Have Done: Driven Too Fast

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Have Done: Talked on Cell Phone
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: talked on your cell phone while driving?

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Have Done: Talked on Cell Phone

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Have Done: Talked on Cell Phone

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Have Done: Sent Text Messages and/or Emails
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: sent text messages, emails, and/or used your Blackberry while driving?

*This was a new question in 2008, therefore there are no comparisons to 2006 and 2007.

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Have Done: Sent Text Messages and/or Emails

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Have Done: Sent Text Messages and/or Emails

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Have Done: Eat or Drink
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: eat or drink while driving?

*This was a new question in 2008, therefore there are no comparisons to 2006 and 2007.

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Have Done: Eat or Drink

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Have Done: Eat or Drink

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Have Done: Done Other Tasks
  • How often do you do the following, while driving: done something like put on make-up, shaved, or read while driving?

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Have Done: Done Other Tasks

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Have Done: Done Other Tasks

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Accident: Overall Summary

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Accident: Text/Email on Cell Phone/Blackberry
  • Have you ever come close to or actually had an accident doing the following, while driving: texting/emailing on your cell phone or Blackberry?

*This is a new question. Was not asked in 2008, therefore there is no comparison data.

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Accident: Text/Email on Cell Phone/Blackberry

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Accident: Text/Email on Cell Phone/Blackberry

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Accident: Searching/Scrolling iPod/MP3 Player
  • Have you ever come close to or actually had an accident doing the following, while driving: searching/scrolling iPod/MP3 player?

*This is a new question. Was not asked in 2008, therefore there is no comparison data.

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Accident: Searching/Scrolling iPod/MP3 Player

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Accident: Searching/Scrolling iPod/MP3 Player

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Accident: Using GPS/Navigation System
  • Have you ever come close to or actually had an accident doing the following, while driving: using your GPS/Navigation system?

*This is a new question. Was not asked in 2008, therefore there is no comparison data.

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Accident: Using GPS/Navigation System

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Accident: Using GPS/Navigation System

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Demographics: Age
  • Which of the following includes your age?

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Demographics: Age

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Demographics: Gender
  • Gender?

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Demographics: Gender

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Demographics: One-Way Commuting Time
  • On average, how many minutes is your commute to work, each way?

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Demographics: One-Way Commuting Time

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