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Driver Distraction Survey

15 February 2008

The Highways Agency is researching potential sources of driver distraction which are outside the vehicle (e.g., accidents, advertisements, etc). The study includes a survey to gather the views, experiences and perceptions of drivers on this subject.

If you would like to, please fill in the survey online.

It will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and everyone who completes the survey is eligible for entry into a prize draw to win one of two prizes of £100 of shopping vouchers for a store of your choice.
Responses are entirely confidential and will only be used to further the study research.

The closing date for the survey is Wednesday 27th February 2008.

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