Nissan Survey has revealed that Indians are posing a serious threat on the road with 3 in every 5 admitting using mobile phones while driving. Of this, North India leads with 62% compared to South with 52%. At the same time, only 1 in 4 Indians have admitted that they have been caught by cops breaking this law. Over-speeding additionally posed another problem as 60% of respondents admitted to over-speeding in Kerala, followed by 51% in Delhi, and 28% in Punjab. Conducted in collaboration with Nissan India and Kantar IMRB, the Nissan Connected Families of India survey deep dives into the day-to-day driving habits of Indians across 20 states, ranging from over-speeding, phone usage, punctuality and vigilance to trust.
When it comes to trust, a large percentage of women respondents (nearly 64%) trust their spouse when it comes to driving, as against just 37% of men who could say the same. Children, however, scored consistently low on the trust score with 30% respondents rating them the least. The survey also identified the increased need for vigilance as respondents (72% in Tamil Nadu, 70% in Kerala, 57% in Punjab and 66% in Delhi NCR), said that they would always want to monitor their children while they are driving.
Nissan Survey basically based on how technology are increase risk of accident while Driving and with this it also increase aggression in driving a car ,from recent time period habits of human being was changing in very dramatic way all of are addicted to the mobile phone specially in Smart phone and addicted to Social Media . People are want to online all the time even driving a car so the Car manufacture are trying to provide all facility in car to connected on social site so manufacture bring latest technology in Car like Android Auto and Apple Car Play this technology are innovative to prevent Driver to be more safe but this technology are work oppositely in real world so we have to drive safe and being more driving oriented ,we have to use Social media to connected the world not to disconnect to world .