Please note that this story is included for archive purposes only - the survey is now closed.
People in Wiltshire and Swindon are being urged to have their say on how our roads are policed and what improvements could be made - by taking part in a national poll.
The public engagement survey has been organised by the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners to gain a greater insight into public perception of road safety and enforcement.
Responses from the public will be used to support a Government review of roads policing and help shape the future of traffic law enforcement as well as giving the PCC a greater understanding of local perception.
Deputy police and crime commissioner Jerry Herbert said: "We are keen that as many people as possible from Wiltshire and Swindon contribute to this survey. The Government is currently reviewing roads policing and it is important that people living in our communities are heard as part of this review.
"The safety of our roads in Wiltshire and Swindon is a top priority in our force area, as set out in the updated Police and Crime Plan. We work closely with our partners to ensure suitable engagement, education and engineering, using enforcement in a targeted way to deter the most serious law breakers on our network.
"We live in a safe county for roads but every death or injury is avoidable and we are keen to do all we can to support further improvements. This survey will allow PCCs to reflect the strength of public opinion in our area, so please do log on and take the survey."
The 60-second survey will be open until 5pm on Wednesday 30 September.