HALF of Spanish drivers are unhappy about the forthcoming 10km increase in the national speed limit, according to a survey.
The Centre for Sociological Investigation quizzed drivers about a range of road safety issues, and despite 38% of participants admitting they often drive over the limit, 50% said they were against the increase to 130km/hour, which is expected to become law in March.
Elsewhere, the most often-cited safety issue among those questioned was motorcyclists not wearing a helmet, followed by not putting children in an infant chair, and driving without a seat belt.
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