This research examines European drivers’ attitude towards speeding and points out the differences and resemblances between drivers from different EU countries’ using the pan-European survey SARTRE 3 that was conducted in 2002 in 23 European countries with the use of special questionnaires. The statistical process and the compared analysis of the drivers’ answers led to a series of conclusions and suggestions. It appeared that drivers still underestimate speeding risk as far as their driving is concerned. Moreover, it turned out that different measures are required in order to deal with the excessive speeding in each EU country.
|Tags||driver behaviour, enforcement|