In The News: Division of Health Sciences
After originating in China late last year, the coronavirus has spread globally.
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Nevada study finds that every thousand bucks of added value decreases the odds of yielding to pedestrians by three percent.
A new study in the Journal of Transportation and Health, unearthed by the dweebs at Car and Driver, suggests drivers of higher-cost cars were less likely to yield to pedestrians at a mid-block crosswalk.
If you drive an expensive vehicle, you are likely to be less courteous to pedestrians.
Most American drivers don't yield when a pedestrian crosses the street, but drivers of expensive cars are some of the worst offenders, according to a new study out of the US.
Most drivers don't yield when a pedestrian crosses the street, but drivers of expensive cars are some of the worst offenders, according to a new study.
Perhaps more than one suspected it and others strongly denied it, however, science has unanimously determined a correlation between drivers who leave much to be desired and their interest in acquiring high-end cars.
If you drive an expensive vehicle, odds are you are less than courteous to pedestrians.
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According to the study published in Science Direct journal, such people are also likely to flout traffic laws than their counterparts with cheap cars.