Online survey of in-vehicle navigation system users
Thank you for participating in this survey. In total, data was collected from 872 in-vehicle navigation system users from a range of countries. Please click on links 1-5 below for results relating to the various topics covered in the survey. Alternatively, click here for a very brief summary of some of the main results. A raw data table is also available detailing results for each individual question.
Please note that for some questions, participants were required to enter data into text boxes. However, some participants had not entered this data. It is unclear whether this was due to technical problems with the web form itself or some other reason. To avoid difficulties with missing data, these participants have been excluded from all analyses involving text-entry questions. The number of participants that any reported analyses are based on is denoted by the letter N in the heading.
In some cases, significant differences and associations between groups of participants are reported. In these instances, statistical tests have been performed on the data. These results will be followed by a probability (p) level shown in brackets (e.g. p<0.05, p<0.01). This level indicates the probability that the difference or association occurred due to chance. If p<0.05, this indicates that there is a 5% probability that the results occurred due to chance, p<0.01 indicates that there is a 1% probability that the result occurred due to chance. Only p-values of 0.05 or below may be accepted as evidence of significant differences or associations.
Once you have examined the results, you will be directed to a final page concerning an online follow up study that we will be performing over the next few months. If you use a navigation system, please take a moment to read the brief description of this study, and indicate whether you would like to take part. To go straight there, please click here.