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 Post subject: Crime survey.
PostPosted: Tue Apr 28, 2020 20:59 
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Got details of this from NHW , but as web page is available on net, I'd say it's public info .
https://ask.warwickshire.gov.uk/insight ... 388575831/
This page in particular stands out ,with speed at top of list. Question is " is this just co incidental ,or start of another wave of crackdowns using false info and using the old chestnut of the public said this ". What I'm seeing on local NHW FB page is an increased mention of speeding. I've driven the roads where speeding is supposed to take place and it's Aggressive behaviour followed by tailgating ( possibly aggression in attempt to get driver in front to exceed limit). No sign of traffic exceeding the legal limit, but more than a few cases of exceeding a speed I would suggest is safe given the amount of hazards by parked vehicles.
It might be worth other posters checking their own county websites for similar surveys. Perhaps a poll by someone beter able to design one .

Heading(my add) -----Your Say on Road Safety - Road User Behaviours
How worried are you about the following road user behaviours?
Very worried Fairly worried Not very worried Not at all worried No opinion
Excess speed
Aggressive behaviour of other drivers
Red light jumping
Tailgating
Undertaking
Lane hogging
Drivers under the influence of drink
Drivers under the influence of drugs
Drivers using phones (with or without handsfree)

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