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The eternally heckling husband in the passenger seat is a cliché of those days in which woman at the wheel was still considered unbalanced. Anyone who comes as a seat break (in) can still decide whether long-distance tours are developing or just stressing. The petrol station chain Hem wanted to know exactly and has determined as part of a survey, as the perfect passenger — so the name of the study should be.
About half of the respondents announced that no company needs on long-distance trips. But the other half stated that it is more pleasant to be traveling with passenger (s). 34 percent preferred the partner or the partner. By contrast, mothers are likely to read that they are considered the worst seat neighbors for 20 percent of respondents. Thus, Mamas lie in the popularity scale on a stage with drunk passengers who can be chaired home after wet-happy events.
There are also differences in terms of expectation to the companion respectively the companion. A near quarter of respondents expressed it to see that the passenger (in) ensures food on board. It is important for 15 percent to be removed at the wheel when tired fatigue or exhaustion on the eyelids. Even in times of navigation systems, according to 14 percent, groundbreaking skills should be given. 13 percent expect to be entertained by the passenger seat, 12 percent will be happy to leave the organization of the music program. A subordinate role (five percent) playing company in the car in parking search.
Quiet times scold
Sharing riders are allowed to engage in a nap — four percent of respondents did not abandon themselves on such a break. Even about other motorists to scold, no No-GO, so only two percent of the study participants had a problem.
But there are also behaviors that are hardly tolerated. 20 percent can not smoke in the car, 17 percent do not want to hear criticism in their own driving style — and 15 percent do not want a frightening passenger on board.