RAC Report on Motoring 2006
The Future of Motoring: A Clear Road Map or Collision Course?
The RAC Report on Motoring is an annual piece of in-depth research on the views of UK motorists. This year, in its eighteenth year, the RAC Report on Motoring comes of age.
In 2006, the Report focuses on four key themes - congestion, technology, the environment and road safety - issues which affect us all.
The report is based on face to face interviews with more than 1,000 regular drivers and surveys and analyses the state of motoring today and provides a clear picture of how motorists view the numerous challenges of driving and possible solutions to them.
As in previous years, the 2006 Report provides a framework for debate on the pressing issues and challenges of managing Britain's roads.
For further information please find relevant contact details below:
Senior Media Relations Manager
Tel: 01603 688 263 / 01603 354 337 / 07800 699667
Public Affairs enquiries:
Public Affairs Manager
11th Floor, St Helen's
Tel: 0207 662 2292
Tel: 01603 685 446
RAC are committed to road safety and also run an annual educational road safety programme, called Streets Ahead, encouraging schoolchildren from across the UK to consider the importance of road safety on their route to school.
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