We are looking for males aged 17-35 who drive a car to take part in this interesting study. Successful applicants will be required to drive for 2 separate weeks with a GPS tracking device and forward/outward facing video recorder in their car attached to the windshield (no video will be recorded of anyone in the car). You will then be asked to complete a survey about the experience.
This study is for market research purposes only and is not connected with the police or DVLA in any way
Week 1 – W/C Monday 29th September 2014
Week 2 – W/C Monday 27th October 2014
YOU MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR BOTH WEEKS.
Please answer the questions below.
Postcode and area of where you live:
What make and model of car do you currently drive?
How old is the car that you drive?
Does your car have a working cigarette or 9v socket that you can plug a charger/device in to? Yes/No?
How often do you drive on the following types of journeys?
Long Journeys (50 miles+)
Journeys involving motorway driving
Journeys to and from work
Journeys as part of my job
Journeys after dark
Journeys with passengers
Journeys on country roads
Journeys to and from pubs and restaurants
How many hours do you typically in one week spend driving on country roads? (Country roads are defines as roads where there are no houses or other buildings around but lots of green surrounding space. Often they are B or C named roads.
If you regularly do drive on country roads, please tell us the name of the roads that you travel on i.e. B321 or C1240, etc…
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to reply to all emails or phone messages. We receive lots of responses to researches that are emailed out. You will be contacted by phone if your application is successful. However, we apologise if you do not hear from us, but please keep trying for future projects that are sent out.