|其他題名:||Cognition of the right of way for large heavy-duty motorcycle on general roads|
large heavy-duty motorcycle
Right of way
The popularity of large heavy-duty motorcycle was low when they entered Taiwan and started being used. Hence, people pay less attention to the research and definition of large heavy-duty motorcycle. According to the number of applicants for driving license test, in recent years, this motor vehicle's user increased year by year. Despite this, the proportion of large heavy-duty motorcycle users is still low, so that the public do not know much about it, leading to large heavy-duty riders and the general road users in constant disputes. Therefore, this research is based on the degree of cognition between the large heavy-duty riders and the general road users, finds the cognitive differences and cognitive errors between the two groups, explores the factors that cause it, and makes relevant recommendations. The research is to issue questionnaires to the two groups and collect their understanding of the classification, rights and driving behaviors (overtaking, parallel and lane splitting) of large heavy machinery and other related issues and analyze the errors. The results of the study found that the general road users in Taiwan, including large heavy-duty riders and general users, have insufficient awareness of the parking problem of large heavy-duty motorcycle. In this regard, we will refer to the designation of parking grids in countries with high utilization rates of large heavy-duty motorcycle and explore the feasibility of applying to our country. In addition, ordinary passers-by are also very confused about the classification of large heavy-duty motorcycles. This study will put forward suggestions for improving the contents of driving training, so that enhance the general users' awareness of large heavy-duty motorcycle and increase road safety.
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