when driving, do best alone or accompanied? The 60% of Spanish drivers prioritizes travel with a co-pilot while, yes, 50% prefer to be the sole driver and do not take turns . They represent the loneliness of the steering wheel are at 9%.
Are some of the conclusions of a survey conducted by Goldcar around 5,000 drivers on their relationship and opinion about the co-pilot.
From the survey it emerges, moreover, that the couple is the co-favorite for the respondents , selected by 60% of the total. Far are other options such as the children (11%) or friends (10%)
despite the fact that more than half prefer not to take turns in driving, Michel Kisfaludi, Director of Operations at the Unit Low-Cost Europcar Mobility Group, said that doing so "you can help avoid situations of danger, such as the onset of sleep at the wheel , and encourage, therefore, the road safety".
What I most like to travel with a passenger...
According to the survey, only 19% of drivers indicated that what she enjoys most about traveling with a co-pilot is the feeling of safety and trust, even if most of them prefer the feeling of the company (32%) or to explore and discover new places (25%).
When asked by the attitudes more annoying of a co-pilot during the journey, the behaviors disapproved of, in order, are critical to driving (63%), the excessive use of mobile phone (52%) and long periods of sleep (38%) . The use of headphones (34%) and the shortage of conversation (33%) are also other gestures that are uncomfortable.
it is Worth remembering that not only the driver must follow some rules at the wheel. The co-pilot also has a responsibility every time he goes in the car. On this fact was emphasized a few months ago a Civil Guard through its Twitter account. With a video that showed what happens to a passenger for to go bad sitting when the person who is at the wheel stops , the agents warned that in addition to being punishable, could lead to serious health risks.
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