This infographic talks about the most dangerous dates for teenagers to drive, provides some staggering statistics, suggests tactics for parents to use in educating their children on driving safety, and offers recommendations on the safest automobiles.
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.
Have you ever been curious about which road may be the most dangerous one to travel in the world? How about the most haunted? Or which is considered to be the most scenic? This infographic contains a complete list of the most famous roads from all over the globe that can answer those burning questions!
Have you ever been yelled at while driving down the road? Has someone ever shaken their fist at you while driving? If so, then you have been the victim of road rage. Those that get the most angry while driving are usually male, between 35 and 50, and drive fairly expensive cars. As noted in the following infographic, they just might be carrying a gun too – yikes!
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 Motor Trade Club’s infographic highlights the dangers of driving while distracted, including relevant facts and statistics relating to the different distractions that can occur when behind the wheel.
One of the most dangerous forms of distracted driving is texting. In fact, drivers that text are 23 times more likely to be in an accident. Nearly all Canadian drivers think it’s unsafe, but more than a third admit to doing it, and that needs to change.
This handy infographic is all about road safety awareness. To begin with there are a few facts about road safety like that two thirds of drivers in the UK admit to breaking the speed limit on motorways. Next up there is information about things that would stop drivers breaking the speed limit. Below that there is a map of the UK showing where most drink driving accidents occur and then finally a few more facts.
There are some amazing facts revealed in the following infographic. For example, did you know an incredible 85% of people in the US of age to own a drivers license have their license? That’s over 211,874,649 people! What about this – slightly more women hold licenses than males, but a slightly smaller percent of all females have a drivers license.
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.
Many have heard about telematics before but some people are still unsure of what it actually does. This visual from Navman Wireless explains how a telematics system help measure driver performance and how it can help company fleets become more efficient.
Driverless cars have often been talked about as the future of motoring, but it seems that they are now far closer to becoming reality than is generally realized. MoneySupermarket has created an infographic giving a bit of background about the market and discussing who is currently leading the race to dominate this industry which promises to revolutionise the motoring landscape.
Google Glass should be released to the public within the next year. It will definitely be the next big thing in mobile technology, but with any mobile tech people might wonder if and how it will distract us, especially from driving. Check out the infographic below presented by CarInsuranceQuotes.com to learn more about Google Glass and how it will help or hinder drivers.
For years men (and even some women) have claimed that women are inherently bad drivers, but is this really true? This infographic presented by ShiftInsurance takes a look at the numbers behind men and women and who is more responsible for car crashes and dangerous driving. Check it out below to learn more.