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Do you drive?
Do you drive for work?
What do you drive for work?
(please click on all that apply)
How many miles do you drive per year for work?
If you drive more than one vehicle, which do you drive the most?
How many private miles do you drive (i.e. not for work)?
What do you drive most for your private mileage?
Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Automatic Analysis is not currently available on this type of question
Which of these have you done more than once in the past two or three months? (Please click on all that apply)
Here are some statements about seatbelt use. How much do you agree or disagree with the following? Automatic Analysis is not currently available on this type of question
Here are some statements about braking. Please tell us if you you agree or disagree with the following. Automatic Analysis is not currently available on this type of question
How often in the last 12 months have you witnessed a near-miss or accident due to someone not leaving enough braking distance?
How often in the last 12 months have you driven above the speed limit when driving on a 30 mph road?
How often in the last 12 months have you driven above the speed limit when driving on a motorway or dual carriageway?
How often in the last 12 months have you driven above the speed limit on a rural road?
Under what circumstances are you most likely to go over the speed limit?
Have you ever left late, on the basis that you can make up the time by driving faster?
Here are some statements about driving. Please click on those with which you agree.
How frequently in the last 12 months have you witnessed a near-miss or accident due to unsafe "cutting in"
How frequently in the last 12 months have you witnessed a near-miss or accident due to someone taking a chance?
Do you have your vehicle serviced according to manufacturer's recommended intervals?
How often do you check your tyre pressures?
How often do you check your lights are working properly?
How often do you check your tyres’ tread depths?
In the past year, have you ever driven when you know your vehicle wasn't completely safe (for example, one or more tyres was under-inflated, or a light wasn't working)?
Which of these have you done more than once in the last two to three months?
Here are some statements about driving on motorways. Please indicate if you agree or disagree with each one. Automatic Analysis is not currently available on this type of question
Here are some statements about other drivers. Please indicate if you agree or disagree with each one. Automatic Analysis is not currently available on this type of question
Which of these apply to you in the past 12 months?
In the past 12 months, have you felt angry with any of these when driving?
Who do you think are the safest road users? Please look at the list below and rearrange it to put the categories in order of safety, by clicking on each one and dragging it to the appropriate position (safest at the top, least safe at the bottom) Automatic Analysis is not currently available on this type of question
In which of these age groups are you?
Where do you live?
Gender
What is the occupation of the main income earner in your household? (If retired, please give former occupation)

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