Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Who is the worst backseat driver? (Note: not the children)

Who is the worst backseat driver? (Note: not the children)
Paul A. Eisenstein the Detroit Bureau
If only all the families could be so happy. It turned out nagging passengers causing an excessive amount of stress on the notion that the drive half the fun.

There are few things more frustrating than driver as a distrusting passenger is plagued. But who makes the worst back seat (or page based) drivers?

According to a new survey, spouses – whether men or women - on the top of the list, usually at least irritating while the children are passengers. That is something that make both men and women, according to a survey by Insurance.com 500 driver.

34 Percent among the women drivers for the survey respondents said their husbands are the worst back seat driver. Mothers came in second with 18 percent, with friends, listed in third place at 15 percent.

The men say 40 percent their wives the pesky backseat drivers, followed by friends (17 per cent) and mothers (15 percent).

Although the children may have known the source of this refrain, "are we there yet?"-Insurance.com surprisingly low in regard to the backseat driver is mapped. Combining the results of both women and men drivers, grown-up daughters were listed by 7 per cent, noted while 4 percent on adult sons as disturbing.

But only 5 percent of the riders cited young sons and daughters, whether teen or child, only 3 percent of the drivers were listed.

Perhaps surprisingly it worst passengers of only 5 per cent of the respondents were rated fathers. "Journey not half the fun" according to Insurance.com, editor-in-Chief Michelle Megna, wrote the story about backseat drivers for Insurance.com. "Micro-management can be a scenic drive in a battle of wills from the backseat critics."

The survey found the back seat are most likely to complain about drivers, the greatest offense to: · Comments on speed, 47 percent; · Alternative directions, 29 percent; · Talk so much, 19 per cent; · An imaginary brake with their feet push 15 percent; · Change acquisition of radio stations, music or band, 10 percent.

Other complaints including SMS and phone calls, sound effects while playing video games, scream and make car sick.

Megna offered a few tips on the back seat drivers, including mapping a route before time, agreement on music and exile opinionated passengers in the back seat too low. It recommends perhaps even deep breathing techniques - backseat drivers, as well as the person actually behind the wheel.

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