It’s happened to all of us. From another driver cutting us off, to the dreaded one-finger-salute, everyone on our roads has experienced road rage. Best Counseling Degrees has created an infographic detailing the facts behind road rage, and how to avoid it.
Ireland with its lovely countryside and winding roads is a beautiful place to drive but what about Irish drivers, are they equally as pleasant? According to a recent survey conducted by 123.ie into what makes people happy about motoring in Ireland, they found lots of interesting responses for each province.
When you are talking about the very best drivers amongst us inevitably you have to delve deep through the worlds of both Formula One and Rally Driving. Both worlds are equally as challenging as each other and require an unbelievable level of will-power, skill and determination to get results. InGear Driving School has complied a list of professional drivers who we think fall into this category of greatness and are ultimately the top five drivers in the world.
This infographic explores some of the most annoying habits of drivers on our roads. From the slowpoke to the indicator ignoramus, this infographic highlights the type of driver who just in plain terms gets on your nerves.
There are some uninsurable drivers out there on the real roads, but some of the most dangerous examples come from some of our favorite television shows. MoneySupermarket takes a look at some of these in the following infographic.
Distracted driving is becoming more and more common every day. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that there are over 15 individuals killed as a result of distracted driving every day. This infographic provides a visual aid to the important facts, statistics, and dangers of distracted driving.
Drivers exceeding the speed limit on British roads caused almost 6,000 accidents in 2010, and people driving too fast for the conditions were to blame for over 10,000 accidents. Because women tend to take less risks than men, they are less likely to cause these crashes. These and many other driving stats represented in the following infographic by Tesco Bank.
It’s a confusing world out there on the road. For many motorists (drivers), the road signs and signals that direct traffic only make matters worse. Some folks might not have a clue what a sign means, or worse, misinterpret a sign to mean its opposite.
Women have historically been favoured by insurance companies when it comes to driving habits, but are they really better drivers than men? The following infographic created by Direct Line tells the story.