RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two new studies suggest that people driving expensive, flashy cars behave worse in traffic. One of the studies was conducted at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
According to a CNN report, researchers conducted a survey by filming and examining the behavior of drivers when volunteers crossed streets.
Among the findings is that for every US$1,000 extra a person spends on a car, their chance of stopping for a pedestrian to cross the street drops by three percent.
A Finnish study, published in the Journal of Transport and Health in January, found that . . .