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1 October 2006

Report reveals the impact kids have on a driver’s concentration

The stress levels of Britain’s mums and dads have reached new, higher proportions thanks to their kids’ bad behaviour in the car, according to a report released recently by KIA Cars. Three quarters of parents do not enjoy travelling with their children and, as a consequence, lose concentration when driving, creating potentially dangerous situations on the road. More details

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