Porsche drivers are worst speeders: MoneySupermarket.com
Porsche drivers are statistically the most likely to be caught speeding, with more than 14% having a conviction, according to MoneySupermarket.com.
The data, based on more than 14 million car insurance quotes, reveals that Aston Martin (14.1%) and Jaguar (13%) drivers are the next most likely to have speeding convictions. Conversely, at 4.6% Morris drivers are least likely to have a conviction, followed by Daihatsu (5.8%), and Proton (6%).
Breaking the data down by location reveals that people living in Bournemouth are the most frequent speeders, with 12.3% having convictions. People living in London (5%) are the least likely.
In terms of occupation, operations directors (23.1%) are the most likely speeders. At 23% and 21.1% respectively, surgeons and sales directors are the next most likely to have speeding convictions.
On the other hand, at 3.2% warehousemen are least likely to have a speeding conviction – closely followed by driving instructors (3.3%) and casual workers (3.4%).
The data is from the latest MoneySupermarket Motor Monitor which is based on convictions indicated when retrieving car insurance quotes. Click here for more details.
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