PEUGEOT Launches Disconnect Before You Drive Campaign in Road Safety Push

PEUGEOT Launches Disconnect Before You Drive Campaign in Road Safety Push

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French automotive manufacturer PEUGEOT is embarking on its second Road Safety campaign entitled Disconnect Before You Drive, which has been launched following a study conducted by the French automaker showing that over a third of drivers conduct meetings and conference calls whilst driving. 

 

PEUGEOT Launches Disconnect Before You Drive Campaign in Road Safety Push

 

The first-of-its-kind study conducted in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, in collaboration with YouGov, revealed the range of distractions commuters experience whilst driving, with over 70% of motorists in the UAE and KSA using video conferencing platforms while driving. The results highlighted that a staggering 65% of drivers conduct calls with their videos on, whilst nearly 7 out of 10 said they did feel more distracted on the road whilst doing this. 

The results also showed that nearly 4 out of 5 motorists claimed that they use video conferencing platforms more frequently now than they did pre-pandemic. The study highlighted that in the UAE, urgent, last-minute meetings were the top reason why respondents conducted calls from their cars, with meetings outside of working hours being most common. In Saudi Arabia, the top reasons were due to personal and work-related reasons, with meetings outside of work hours being the main culprit. 

The Disconnect Before You Drive campaign launches with an impactful brand film https://youtu.be/uCjh5FOWRkY, which PEUGEOT hopes will encourage customers to think twice about connecting to video calling apps whilst on the road. The campaign will then be supported by wider radio and social media campaigns to drive further awareness. 

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