Study Reveals Motorists Happy to Take Longer Route to Avoid Traffic Stress

by Rukmani Krishna on  June 20, 2013 at 11:44 PM Lifestyle News
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A new study has revealed, motorists in Germany are ready to take longer journey times and even detours if it helps them to avoid traffic situation.
 Study Reveals Motorists Happy to Take Longer Route to Avoid Traffic Stress
Study Reveals Motorists Happy to Take Longer Route to Avoid Traffic Stress

The study carried out by the Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems FOKUS in cooperation with the Technische Universitat Berlin involved 120 motorists, who agreed to provide information about their driving habits and attitudes towards road traffic.

75 percent of motorists said they would rather have a stress-free trip even if it meant adding over three minutes to their journey, and 75 percent said they would even be willing to take a detour.

Source: ANI

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