Four percent (4%) think people as young as 15 should be eligible for a driver’s license, but another four percent (4%) think that shouldn’t come until someone is 21.
But only 43% believe raising the eligibility age for driver’s licenses would reduce the cost of auto insurance for everyone.
One-in-three (34%) think once a driver turns 70, he or she should have to take a driving test every year.
Twenty-six percent (26%) support a complete ban on cell phone use while driving, but that's down from 38% in 2009.
Fifty percent (50%) of adults who favor a complete cell phone ban while driving think the minimum driving age should be at least 18.
Even though 69% think drivers should be allowed to use hands-free devices, just 28% think people should be allowed to talk on a cell phone at all while driving.
Saturday, October 26, 2013
Drive my car?
America has a driving culture, and one of the key milestones of growing up for many is being able to go solo behind the wheel.
But when we asked what America thinks about driving, we discovered some interesting things: