Perceived prevalence of phone use while driving in the United Kingdom (UK) 2008-2013

This statistic shows how prevalent people considered forms of mobile phone use among their acquaintances in the United Kingdom (UK) between October 2008 and July 2013. Most people knew someone who had used a phone with hands-free while driving with a maximum of 71 percent of respondents saying the knew someone who did this in February 2011.

Thinking about people you know who drive, how many of them do you think use their mobile phones whilst driving?

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Source

Release date

August 2013

Region

United Kingdom (England, Wales)

Survey time period

October 2008 to July 2013

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Omnibus survey

Supplementary notes

Number of respondents not made clear in the source.

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