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Surveyed on senior drivers. Do you want to acquire an “automatic brake person limited license”? Will the license be returned if “flat-rate, shared taxi” becomes widespread? (Investigation of macro mill)

Macromill Co., Ltd. Survey on senior drivers. Do you want to acquire an “automatic brake person limited license”? Will the license be returned if “flat-rate, shared taxi” becomes widespread? (Investigation of macro mill) ………………………………………………………………………………………… Macromill Co., Ltd. (Head office: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President & CEO; CEO: Scott Ernst) has conducted a questionnaire survey on seasonal information and hot topics, and has sent the survey results as its newsletter “HoNote”. You The theme of vol. 186 is “Senior Driver Driving”. The government is considering new initiatives, such as the introduction of a driver’s license exclusively for elderly drivers who can only drive vehicles with safety functions such as automatic braking, while the reports of painful traffic accidents by elderly drivers are continuing. Therefore, we surveyed the use intentions of seniors for these efforts and their ordinary car driving awareness. All aggregated results can be downloaded for free from the following. honote.macromill.com/report/20019716/?utm_source=release&utm_medium=page-link&cid=SL-PR
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There are less people with “hiyari hat experience” than the generation immediately below, and there are many people who are conscious that they have confidence in driving One in two people wants to acquire an “automatic brake car limited license” 60% look forward to voluntary return by the spread of “flat-rate taxi” and “carpool taxi”
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There are less “missing hat experience” than the generation immediately below, and there are many people who are conscious that they have confidence in driving An experience that did not lead to a serious accident, but that would not be wrong even if it was directly connected to it, is called a “hyyari hat experience”. Within the last three years, 66% of senior drivers experienced hiyari-hat while driving. As concrete experience “we overlooked signal / road sign and seemed to be overlooked” 41%, “we were about to collide with car while traveling” 32%, “while traveling, with pedestrian or bicycle “I’m almost in a collision / touch,” the top was 25%.
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When comparing the survey results of this hiyari hat experience between “65 years old or older” and “55 to 64 years old”, a surprising tendency has been seen. In almost all of the 7 incidental hat experience items presented in the questionnaire, “65 years of age or older” was lower than “55 to 64 years old” (* 1). Also, with regard to the confidence in driving a car I asked in another question, the total of those who answered “very confident” and “well confident” is “65 years old or older” than “55 to 64 years old” The situation was that the Although it can not be read in this survey whether or not an event that would have led to a serious accident was actually occurring, it is not clear that senior drivers of “65 years of age or older” are more likely than drivers of “55 to 64 years of age”.・ There are few people who are conscious that they have experienced hat, and many people have confidence in driving.

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One in two people “I want to acquire” “automatic brake car limited license” The government is considering new introduction of “Safety Limited License with Safety Function” exclusively for elderly drivers due to the successive traffic accidents by elderly drivers. If such a license was obtained, 13% said “Always acquire”, and 37% “Probably acquired”. In total, it becomes 50%, and as shown in the graph, “to acquire” and “do not acquire” are in opposition.
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So, in the first place, the senior driver asked if you have a “safety support vehicle” equipped with an automatic brake, etc., and if you don’t have it, you want to buy it. 16% of safety support vehicles were “already purchased”, 11% were “purchasing”, 10% were “purchased but not purchased” 10%, “purchased There is no “63%. At present, more than half of the senior drivers have not yet considered safety support vehicles. However, as half of auto brake car limited licenses are positive, it is likely that the purchase consideration rate of safety support cars will increase once the birth of a new license is decided.

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60% are positive for voluntary return by the spread of “flat-rate taxi” and “carpool taxi” It has been reported that the number of seniors returning driver’s licenses is increased, but some may say, “I really want to return but I can’t because I lose my leg of life …”. The government will extend “flat-rate taxis” that can be used within a range of conditions such as area and frequency, or “share taxis” that can be used inexpensively throughout the country, making it available to elderly people who have received driver’s licenses. We are considering the elderly people’s accident prevention efforts. I asked if I wanted to use “flat-rate taxi” or “carpool taxi” in the area where I live, but those who said, “I want to use it” accounted for 59% * 2 and 50% of the “flat-rate taxi” and shared taxis It was 41% * 2. The “flat-rate taxi” is more likely to be used, and it is likely that senior drivers have certain needs. In addition, if “flat-rate taxis” and “carpool taxis” were widespread in the area where you live, then 15% and 46% of the driver’s licenses were “voluntarily returning”. A total of 61% indicated a positive intention for the voluntary return of driver’s licenses, and those who “do not return voluntarily” returned to 20%.

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※ 1: Cross-tabulation by age is published in the graph collection. (Download → https://honote.macromill.com/report/20019716/?utm_source=release&utm_medium=page-link&cid=SL-PR)
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▼ Survey summary Survey subject: Macromill Survey method: Internet research Object of the survey: Men and women aged 55 and over who hold automobile licenses (Macromill Monitor members) Allocation method: Based on the appearance ratio of the above surveyed conditions, it is allocated by gender × age (55 to 59 years, 60 to 64 years old, 3 categories of 65 years old or more) / total 1000 samples Survey period: Friday, July 5, 2019-Saturday, July 6, 2019 ※ The numbers in the text are rounded off to the nearest integer. ※ Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole number, so the total may not be 100%.
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