Poll: Tailgating and not using indicators among annoying habits


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  • Friday, 04 Sep 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: Aggressive tailgating and not using indicators are the most annoying habits of Malaysian drivers, based on an online poll conducted by the Malaysians Unite for Road Safety (Mufors).

According to Mufors, of its 1,000 online survey participants, 11.2% or 112 respondents felt that aggressive tailgating, which included forcing other drivers to make way and flashing of headlights, annoyed them the most.

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