Yeah it s time for some math.
Average time spent at a red light in a lifetime.
In new york around 74.
According to aaa the average american spends 17 600 minutes driving each year that s 3 520 minutes or 58 6 hours spent waiting at red lights every 365 days.
How many months does the average american spend in a lifetime waiting at a red light.
The average person spends about six months of their lifetime waiting for a red light to turn green.
New research suggests british motorists spend a fifth of their average daily drive waiting at red lights.
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American motorist spends 2 to 3 years in life time for green light to appear in.
The average person throughout their lifetime spends five years waiting in lines and queues where roughly six months of that is waiting at traffic lights.
How many months does the average american motorist spend during his lifetime waiting for red lights to turn green.
This gives you 319 months 2 weeks 4 days and 12 hours left to live.
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Hmmm i guess every second you spend sitting at a red light is another second you spend alive so yeah not really sure but its time wells spent at least.
If you take into account the estimate that approximately 20 percent of all driving time is spent at red lights that can certainly add up.
On average people spend four years doing housework i could imagine it being higher for women though.
S ometimes it can feel like you spend half your life sitting at red lights and while.