Estimate of French people for the time gained in driving ten kilometers faster 2014

This statistic presents the estimate of the French people in time gained by traveling at 140 km/h instead of 130 km/h on a Paris-Marseille route in July 2014. Nearly 20 percent of respondents thought they would gain 40 minutes or more if they drive at 140 km/h instead of 130 km/h. In reality, the time gained is 25 minutes.

According to you, how much time is gained when driving at 140 km/h instead of 130 km/h on a Paris-Marseille (about 800 km)?

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Sources

Release date

July 2014

Region

France

Survey time period

July 10-11, 2014

Number of respondents

1,004 respondents

Age group

18 years old and over

Method of interview

Computer-assisted web interviews (CAWI)

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