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Driving on high speed roads

We want to find out about what learner or new drivers think and feel about driving on motorways and other high speed roads. Please answer the questions as honestly as possible  - we'll use the results from this survey to develop new training resources to help those who are just learning to drive or have just passed their test feel more confident about driving on high speed roads. 
1. Are you
2. When did you pass your driving test?

 
2. Please choose which option which best describes your stage of learning

 
2. How often do you typically drive on dual carriageways?
2. How often do you typically drive on a motorway?
2. What don't you like about driving on motorways?
2. How good is your knowledge of the following key aspects of motorway driving?
Space Cell Very poorFairly poorOKFairly goodVery good
How to plan a journey
Which lane you should drive in
The meaning of different motorways signs
The meaning of a variable speed limit
The meaning of a red X
When you can stop on a hard shoulder
What you should do if your vehicle breaks down
What you should do in case of an incident or accident
How to get the best fuel economy out of your vehicle
Making sure your vehicle is safe to drive on a motorway
Making sure your car is properly secured
2. How nervous or confident do you think you would be in these motorway situations?
Space Cell Very nervousFairly nervousOKFairly confidentVery confident
Overtaking
Joining a motorway
Leaving a motorway
Filtering between motorways
Driving in bad weather
Planning a journey
Driving in heavy traffic
Driving in road works
Driving in the dark
Managing your speed
Managing your stress
Managing pressure from other drivers
You've broken down
You're late/running out of time to get somewhere
You're not sure which way to go
You're losing concentration
Your passengers are distracting you
2. How nervous or confident are you in these motorway situations?
Space Cell Very nervousFairly nervousOKFairly confidentVery confident
Overtaking
Joining a motorway
Leaving a motorway
Filtering between motorways
Driving in bad weather
Planning a journey
Driving in heavy traffic
Driving in road works
Driving in the dark
Managing your speed
Managing your stress
Managing pressure from other drivers
You've broken down
You're late/running out of time to get somewhere
You're not sure which way to go
You're losing concentration
Your passengers are distracting you
2. How often do you do the following?
Space Cell NeverOccasionallySometimesFairly oftenVery often
Overtake on the inside (undertake)
Switch between lanes in slow-moving traffic
Stay in the middle lane
Leave less than 2 seconds between you and the vehicle in front
Decide not to slow down in bad weather
Decide not to slow down in road works
Decide to ignore lane closure signs
Tailgate other drivers
Feel sleepy
Feel bored
Loose concentration
Speak on a handheld mobile phone
Speak on a hands-free mobile phone
Send or check messages on a mobile
Use an app on a mobile phone or tablet
Use the internet on a mobile phone or tablet
Run low on fuel
Drive faster than the speed limit
2. How did you learn about driving on the motorway? (please tick all that apply)
3. Please describe the type of additional learning (other than in-car training) you undertook - including the name of any schemes or learning programmes if you remember them:
3. Would you like to use these ways of learning about motorways?
Space Cell Definitely notProbably notNot sureProbablyDefinitely
My driving instructor gives me e-learning demonstrations during my driving lessons
My instructor runs a classroom workshop for a group of learners
My instructor gives me advice on how to drive on the motorway during an in-car lesson
Before my test I practise driving on motorways with my instructor
After my test I will have motorways lessons with my instructor
4. What age group are you?
5. What is your gender?