Drivers hate motorways

14.02 | 27 November 2009 |

Heavy traffic, delays and lack of skills mean up to one in five drivers loathe the M-way network.

The findings form part of research by AA Driving School which reveals that fear of motorways and a lack of driving skills are causing millions of Britons to avoid the roads altogether.

Nationally, one in seven motorists – nearly five million in total – say they lack skills needed for motorway driving.

Simon Douglas, AA Driving School director, says: "The evidence suggests motorways are our most feared and avoided roads, yet statistically they are safer than the alternatives.

"Tailored motorway tuition with a fully-qualified instructor can help build the skills and confidence to drive safely and get the most out of our motorway network."

Click here to read the full AA news report.



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