|05-26-2012, 07:07 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2012
Survey about sustainable and safer driving | please participate
We are conducting a survey in connection with an international automotive research project called GAIN.
GAIN is a research project co-funded by the European Commission, developing functions, based on the very latest satellite navigation technique.
The result of the project will be an improvement of overall traffic safety and a reduction of CO2 emission and fuel consumption. In order to achieve those challenging goals, GAIN will gather partners with outstanding expertise and wide experience in the field of satellite navigation, communication, map management and telematics.
Answering the questionnaire will take you about 15 minutes. It is anonymous and will be used for statistical purposes only. We wish to thank you in advance for taking the time to fill in this questionnaire.
Your participation will be a valuable contribution for the development of this new technology.
Thank you very much for your participation and sharing the link!
|05-27-2012, 10:57 AM||#2|
Spah sappin' mah susp!
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Earth...I think
If I ever buy a car with something like this fitted as a standard option the first thing I'll do is disable it. I just don't see a need for this on any of my vehicles.
Three pedals? Brain in my head? Don't need a computer telling me how to drive. I go with the flow of traffic. My ride gets the economy it gets, no sense holding everyone else up hypermiling.
Tired Iron ain't got no time to wear out...
1985 Ford F150 | 4x2 | 300ci OHV inline six | 4-speed OD manual | 310K | No power brakes | Running 85% - Steering linkages torqued down. Needs to hit an alignment rack now, but is driveable
1984 Ford F150 | 4x2 | 300ci six | granny four | 3.55 rear end | 210K | Has had antique tags for six months :P, is running fine
1997 Ford Explorer XLT | 4.0L Vulcan V6 | 5-speed automatic | shift-on-the-fly 4WD | 210,000 miles | Running 100%
1989 Ford F150 | 300cid six...again | 5-speed | 4x4 | 160K | Literally just drove it home yesterday. Might need a clutch soon.