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DPP - R2 (Driving Personality Profile - 2nd Revision) - Sample Report

Report for: John Smith
Completion: September 14, 2016 at 12:30 pm

detailed results
strengths & limitations

In our motor-revving, chrome-loving society, we spend an average of at least 50 minutes per day in our cars. Unfortunately, this has translated to over a million crashes worldwide each year. Although we're well-aware of the role alcohol plays in fatal crashes, the latest buzzword and increasingly dangerous factor has become road rage. Of the 60 percent of drivers who consider others to be unsafe motorists, half admitted that they themselves get aggressive on occasion.

When we consider these facts and figures on a more personal level, the importance of understanding our own driving tendencies becomes clear: how often do we fly off the handle when someone cuts us off or commits some other infraction? How often do we take risks that could cost us or someone else their life? How often do we give others the right-of-way? Understanding our own tendencies behind the wheel can help us avoid getting into dangerous situations, and hopefully, encourage a much more pleasant and safe driving atmosphere.

Overall results

According to this test, Deb's driving personality is rather healthy. Keep in mind however, that when we talk about personality, it's not so much who we are, but rather, how we behave. In Deb's case, there are possibly still a few troublesome behaviors that she engages in behind the wheel. Review the rest of the results to find out where her problems, if any, may lie
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