You may have even tried it: To be hit by a moment of righteousness under the carpet and then try to keep to the speed limit along the way.
the Result is often predictable. Within a few seconds reflects retrospect, the strong light from a set of blinking headlights, and as it does not help, put the bagvedkørende so close on your rear window, that you can almost see, how he bares the teeth of you.
For you non-compliant with motorway junglelov. You have put yourself between him and the bone, waiting for the end of his route, by not providing the gas in the left lane, as the right and should. The speed limit applies well enough just as much here as in the right track, but it doesn't stop 68 percent of danes from to look great on the clauses.
It shows a new study among 1075 danes, as research Kantar Gallup has made for Gjensidige Insurance, and the Extra Leaf has seen.
In the survey, the respondents scored a series of bad motorvejsvaner to choose from, and they have been able to select more as needed. The particular righteous has, however, also be able to answer 'none of the above' - but it has only 15 percent chose to do.
the More widely it seems to run faster than the speed limit allows for a longer period of time. It admits almost every third motorist to have done.
Should you believe the study, however, only a few of the danes, who can find to squeeze the front by running close to them. 11 percent of respondents ticked by this misconduct, but here there is a big difference between the sexes.
While almost every fifth man admits to having pushed a front, only five percent of women.
The male respondents draws general average up. Only the options 'do not know' and 'none of the above' got more female tick in the study.
the Latter option has the 19 percent of women, for example, might nod in recognition, while only 12 percent of men have been able to put a checkmark in the same place.
It is not, however, mean that the remaining contestants are all contenders for a place in the tugthuset.
judging by the survey has a large portion of the danes just committed to run the 'soft hat' - 26% admit to have been driving slower than the speed limit, even if the conditions were good.