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The Worst Driving Habits of Singaporeans

October 6th, 2014 | Posted by Editor in About Singapore

Driving is not a privilege that only few people can afford. Driving is a responsibility shared by drivers and motorists. Road users should consistently follow rules and regulations for smoother and safer travel. However, there are drivers that continuously practice worst driving habits. If you want to know the worst driving habits of Singaporeans, you can consider The Straits Times recently concluded online poll.

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The online poll garnered more than 2,200 responses from frustrated Singaporeans. So, here are the worst driving habits:

  • Drivers who do not signal before changing lines: 25.87% of participants despise drivers who do not signal before changing lines.
  • Drivers who speed up when they see others filtering their lane: 24.83% of participants despise drivers who speed up when they see others filtering their lane.
  • Drivers who monopolize the road: 15.72% of participants despise drivers who monopolize the road.

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  • Drivers who are hostile: 10.84% of participants despise drivers who are hostile or aggressive.
  • Drivers who are good at tailgating: 9.23% of participants despise drivers who are good at tailgating.
  • Drivers who use mobile phones while driving: 8.23% of participants despise drivers who use mobile phones while they are driving.
  • Drivers who honk extensively: 3.66% of participants despise drivers who honk extensively.
  • Drivers who speed: 1.61% of participants despise drivers who speed or hurry.

Seeing the poll, which habits do you despise the most? You should know better. If you use the road, do not be indifferent. You have to follow the rules and regulations at the same time think of other road users.

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