Driving a car is fun, but almost everyone behind the wheel sometimes turns into a cursing and ranting creature who is annoyed by everything. In England, motorists were asked about their biggest annoyance. And no, that's not the traffic jam ...
The research was conducted by a car service company RAC. We could imagine all possible British annoyances. An old Hooligan with a revealing beer belly showing their butt at the zebra crossing, for example. Or yet another strike in public transport. And if it's not tourists driving on the wrong side of the road, there's always that annoying red double-decker bus blocking the view. Or an old Austin, Triumph, MG, Wolseley or Morris that won't start. But none of that.
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The poor condition of the local roads turned out to be the biggest annoyance for English motorists. No fewer than 49 percent of all respondents cited bad roads as a major dissatisfaction. According to RAC, this can be explained by overdue maintenance as a result of a particularly wet winter last year. This caused potholes in the road, the so-called 'potholes'. According to 67 percent of respondents, local roads are in worse condition than last year. And the bad news for the British is: there is no money to fix it.
Bad roads are taking over the lead from high fuel prices, which are now in second place at 42 percent. Only in third place is the driving behavior of other drivers, which was ranked first by 31 percent of respondents. The report includes a total of 19 annoyances, including increasingly higher insurance costs, annoying cyclists, aggressive road users, mobile phones in traffic and traffic jams.
This post was last modified on October 20, 2023 1:05 pm
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