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TomTom Driver Behaviour Infographic

TomTom Driver Behaviour Infographic

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Improving driving behaviour is key to controlling fuel, maintenance and insurance costs, but are your van drivers taking risks on the road and costing you money? Find out more from our latest ...

Improving driving behaviour is key to controlling fuel, maintenance and insurance costs, but are your van drivers taking risks on the road and costing you money? Find out more from our latest infographic, revealing all. Read and download the original research by visiting this link: http://business.tomtom.com/en_gb/landingpages/driver-behaviour-research

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    • A MORE CAREFUL APPROACH UNDER PRESSURE? IN THE FAST LANE 67% Netherlands 69% Spain 76% United Kingdom 80% France 78% Germany 88% Italy Working time pressures make 50% of drivers more likely to speed and take risks WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE 54% of drivers would welcome training WHO PAYS THE BILL? 33% of companies pay speeding fines on drivers' behalf 79% of drivers of drivers have never received training 77% of drivers admit to speeding A VALUABLE LESSON 28% Netherlands 35% Spain 39% United Kingdom 52% France 66% Germany 79% Italy 2% receive it monthly 10% two to six times a year Source: Research conducted by TomTom among business drivers from opera- tional fleets in five countries across Europe. Operational fleets were defined as vehicles used for the delivery of goods or services (predominantly LCVs). The research was conducted among 872 operational fleet employees in total: 150 in France, 150 in Germany, 150 in Italy, 122 in the Netherlands, 150 in Spain and 150 in the United Kingdom. 23% of companies operate technology to monitor fuel efficiency and performance drivers that work for companies that use technology: FORWARD THINKERS 37% Netherlands 35% United Kingdom 37% Germany 20% France 9% Spain 2% Italy Drivers in the spotlight A study on the behaviour of European business van drivers 36% annually 52% less than once a year