GMAC Insurance just released the results from its 7th Annual 2011 National Drivers test. According to their results, 18 percent of American drivers would not pass the written drivers test if taken today. That breaks down to 36.9 million American drivers, or 1 in 5 drivers on the road. Think about it. These are people already on the road driving with a valid driver’s license.
Scott Eckman, chief marketing officer, GMAC Insurance said “The GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test has quickly become the benchmark for America’s driving IQ.” Preventing accidents starts with education. We could all benefit from a refresher course on the rules of the road.
The seventh annual survey polled 5,130 licensed drivers ranging in ages from 16-65, across 50 states as well as the District of Columbia. How do you think you would do on the test? Take the test and view the your results at www.gmacinsurance.com. Without proper driving skills, the risk of being involved in an accident is much higher. GMAC Insurance and Insurance Doctor would like to encourage drivers to brush up on their driving skills before an accident occurs.