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Subject:

Re: survey on in-car safety and security

From:

Stephen Scrivener <[log in to unmask]>

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Date:

Mon, 03 Jul 2000 11:29:43 +0100

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>
> 1. Your age: 53
>
> 2. Your sex: Male
>
> 3. Which country do your answers relate to? UK
>
> 4. Length of driving experience: 21 years
>
> 5. In a car, are you mostly the driver, passenger or both? Mostly driver
>
> 6. When you drive, do you drive alone (please answer either always,
> sometimes, never or varies)? varies
>
> 7. How would you characterise your passengers (e.g. partner, family,
> friends, young children)? Family generally, colleagues sometimes
>
> 8. What are your main reasons for driving (e.g. to work, to school, to
> friends)? Work and leisure
>
> 9. What is the make, model, year and size of your car? BMW 318i, 1991,
1800cc
>
> 10. Would you consider yourself to be a confident driver? Yes
>
>
>
> 11. Does you car have any features to enhance your personal safety and
> security? No
>
>
> 12. What extra safety and security features would you like to see in the
> car? ABS and airbags
>
>
> 13. Have you ever been involved in a traffic incident or accident? If
> yes, please describe it. Several occasions where cars have driven into the
> back of my car, in one case writing it off.
>
>
> 14. Please describe, as fully as possible, any circumstances in which
> you have felt threatened as a motorist or passenger. Cannot recall any
>
>
> 15. Please describe, as fully as possible, any circumstances in which
> you have felt vulnerable as a motorist or passenger. When travelling at high
> speed and in poor weather conditions
>
>
> 16. Please describe, as fully as possible, any circumstances in which
> you have felt uncomfortable as a motorist or passenger. During warm weather
>
>
> 17. Is there anything else you would like to add? No







>
> Thank you for your help in our survey. Please return the completed
> questionnaire to [log in to unmask] and forward the initial email
> to your friends and family if possible.
>
> Andree Woodcock
> Research Fellow,
> VIDe Centre, Coventry School of Art and Design,
> University of Coventry, Priory Street, Coventry, UK
>
>
> <http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/hu/groups/vsrg/womenandcars.htm>http:/
> /www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/hu/groups/vsrg/womenandcars.htm
>
>
> Hi,
> I hope members of this list might be able to help me by completing the
> following survey, although the research is particularly interested in women'
> s in car needs, I am now hoping to broaden the survey to explore whether
> there are any gender differences in car use and experiencs/attitudes to
> driving, so please respond if you are able. 
> The results of the work are being fed to automotive designers and engineers
> and will be written up as a poster session at the codesign conference,
> Many thanks
> Andree
> ======================================
>  
> Global Internet Survey of in-car security and safety needs
>
> We are part of a consortium looking at how women use and feel about
> their cars and their driving experience. The results from this survey
> will be confidential, but used in two ways. Firstly, your experiences
> will be related to automotive concept designers to inform the
> development of new cars and driving environments; secondly, information
> from this survey will be developed into a set of guidelines on advice
> and experience about international driving and best practice.
>
> The survey is in two parts, and has been designed to be completed
> quickly. However, I would appreciate it if you could answer the open
> ended questions (11 through to 16) as fully as possible, so that we can
> establish an accurate picture of your driving experiences in your own
> country.
>
> I would also be grateful if you could forward this email on to as many
> of your friends as possible.
> Please return the completed questionnaire either to me, at this email
> address: A.Woodcok@coventry, or fax it for the attention of  Andree
> Woodcock on +44 (0)1509 22333940.
>
> Survey
>
> 1. Your age:
>
> 2. Your sex:
>
> 3. Which country do your answers relate to?
>
> 4. Length of driving experience:
>
> 5. In a car, are you mostly the driver, passenger or both?
>
> 6. When you drive, do you drive alone (please answer either always,
> sometimes, never or varies)?
>
> 7. How would you characterise your passengers (e.g. partner, family,
> friends, young children)?
>
> 8. What are your main reasons for driving (e.g. to work, to school, to
> friends)?
>
> 9. What is the make, model, year and size of your car?
>
> 10. Would you consider yourself to be a confident driver?
>
>
>
> 11. Does you car have any features to enhance your personal safety and
> security?
>
>
> 12. What extra safety and security features would you like to see in the
> car?
>
>
> 13. Have you ever been involved in a traffic incident or accident? If
> yes, please describe it.
>
>
> 14. Please describe, as fully as possible, any circumstances in which
> you have felt threatened as a motorist or passenger.
>
>
> 15. Please describe, as fully as possible, any circumstances in which
> you have felt vulnerable as a motorist or passenger.
>
>
> 16. Please describe, as fully as possible, any circumstances in which
> you have felt uncomfortable as a motorist or passenger.
>
>
> 17. Is there anything else you would like to add?
>
>
>
> Thank you for your help in our survey. Please return the completed
> questionnaire to [log in to unmask] and forward the initial email
> to your friends and family if possible.
>
> Andree Woodcock
> Research Fellow,
> VIDe Centre, Coventry School of Art and Design,
> University of Coventry, Priory Street, Coventry, UK
>
>
> <http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/hu/groups/vsrg/womenandcars.htm>http:/
> /www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/hu/groups/vsrg/womenandcars.htm
>



____________________________________________________________
Stephen AR Scrivener
Professor of Design
Coventry School of Art and Design
Coventry University
Priory Street
Coventry CV1 5FB

Tel1: +44-(0)24 7688 8536
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