Driver’s Compliance Towards Traffic Law: A Case Study on Motorist Reluctant Behavior to Utilize the Additional Road Outer Lane
Keywords:Motorist, Reluctant Behavior, Road Outer Lane.
This study aims to identify why drivers are reluctant to use the outer lane on highways. One hundred drivers participated in this study through a paper and pencil test. Qualitative research was used. The researcher found out that driver’s compliance towards traffic law and the reluctance of drivers to utilize the additional road outer lane is rooted in many factors. The data shows that drivers have enough knowledge about the basic rules and regulations on the road and they follow it. However, in terms of following the Slow Vehicle Ordinance, drivers are reluctant to follow it because of two main factors. The first one is that the drivers are just aware of the existing ordinance but are not well aware of what it contains and the bad infrastructure. The conclusion of the research offers insight for the LGUs on the things to be considered when they revise the ordinance.
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