Telegraph survey will let drivers ‘have their say’

12.00 | 11 September 2013 | | 1 comment

The Telegraph and AXA have joined forces in an annual survey to discover the nation’s attitudes towards driving.

This is the fourth year in which Telegraph Motoring has joined AXA to promote an in-depth survey to enable motorists to "have your say on driving behaviour". The survey is designed to "provide a clear picture of attitudes to cars and driving across the country".

Aimed at all drivers of all ages and backgrounds, the survey sets out to build a picture of current attitudes, likes and dislikes, and to find out whether driving is as satisfying or as enjoyable as it used to be.

It also seeks to understand the root causes of motoring "gripes and grumbles".

The survey is online until midnight on 24 September and the Telegraph will publish the results once the data has been processed.

Click here to read the full Telegraph news report about the survey.




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    I guess the title does say “Attitude towards driving”. It’s a shame they don’t include motorcyclists or cyclists. Two groups that rate high in conflict.

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