The team at Dayinsure conducted a survey looking to uncover the UK’s driving opinions. Surveying 400 members of the UK public, they posed a series of fascinating questions looking at all aspects of driving.
Nearly 90% of people believe that older people should be required to take another driving test later in life. The most shocking result from the survey was that nearly all of those asked believe that older people should be required to take another driving test.
On the topic of driving test opinions, Dayinsure also discovered that over one-third of people believe the minimum UK driving test age should be higher.
Over half of people think drink-drivers should be disqualified for life. Currently, motorists convicted of drink-driving don’t face a lifetime ban, however more than half of Brits believe there should be permanent repercussions for committing this offence.
These are just some of the fascinating opinions collected from the UK public. View all of the questions, answers and opinions in full here: https://www.dayinsure.com/news/the-uks-driving-opinions/
Dayinsure’s team had this to say: “With such a diverse array of opinions across the British public, we wanted to uncover some of the thoughts they have on a range of issues. Some of these questions we posed were age-old topics of discussion, and some regard new technology, but all gave us fascinating insights into how the public think in 2019.”
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