OFF BALANCE, in search of pointless press releases and numerical non-entities to present the Captain Obvious Award, has come up with a cracker.
Apparently most drivers are against a blanket 20mph speed limit on urban roads, according to ‘research’ by the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
More than half (55%) of young drivers were against 20 mph zones…that few?
That most of us can only hope to get up to such dizzy speeds as 20mph in town has not been broached by the IAM. Have a Captain Obvious Award, on us.
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