Survey reveals the commuting behavior of most Americans

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  • According to a poll by CarGurus, 72% of Americans drive to work every day, with convenience being the top reason for going to work by car (34%), followed by speed (20%)
  • 51% of drivers say that during their commute they tend to scream curse words they wouldn’t normally use, while 42% admit they have “flipped someone off”
  • 53% of people say other people driving poorly is the thing that annoys them about their commute the most 

Until the day someone creates teleportation, most of us have to find a way to get to work each day. According to a new report, that means getting behind the wheel for most of us. Not surprisingly, this may be doing damage to our overall well-being.

According to a poll by CarGurus, 72% of Americans drive to work every day, with convenience being the top reason for going to work by car (34%), followed by speed (20%). But driving to work each day may not be too good for our mental health, with 51% of drivers saying that during their commute they tend to scream curse words they wouldn’t normally use, while 42% admit they have “flipped someone off.”

Other people seem to be the thing that gets to commuters the most, with 53% of people saying other people driving poorly is the thing that annoys them the most about their commute. 

  • And it’s no secret that commuting by car can take hours out of your day, which could be used for something else. When asked, 51% of people said if they could get their commuting time back they’d use it for sleeping, while 48% would spend them with their family, and 39% would go to the gym. Yeah, that last group is lying.

Source: BizJournals

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