The majority of Russians (90%) say that at least once a year they have nasty accidents on the road. With 3% of them, every week, with 3%, every month.
As part of the study, it turned out that the greatest fear among motorists is caused by pedestrians crossing the road in the wrong place (48%). Most of all, this is feared in St. Petersburg (48% of city drivers). In second place is the loss of control over the car (36%), and in third place is the fear of the sudden appearance of an animal (34%). These fears are most often in the top 3 for 75% of Muscovites and 56% of Krasnoyarsk residents. 34% of Russians fear other drivers behaving aggressively on the road. Novosibirsk residents are most afraid of aggressive motorists (24% of them have this risk in the first place).
Usually, to avoid a traffic accident or an accident, the majority keep their distance from another car (59%) and use their turn signals when changing lanes (54%). 43% of those surveyed believe that it is important to slow down when driving in the city and try not to be distracted by the phone (42%). 38% try not to provoke others into retaliatory aggression, and 36% of drivers check car systems before every trip. 20% do not listen to loud music while driving.