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First-Borns Are The Worst Drivers – Study

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First-Borns Are The Worst Drivers – Study
According to a new study, the eldest child in a family is most likely to speed, get fines for driving offenses and have road traffic accidents.
 
And at the other end of the scale, youngest children turn out to be the safest drivers.
 
The research, carried out by Privilege Car Insurance, measured the driving habits of 1,395 motorists.
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They found that 89 per cent of older siblings are likely to speed, 47 per cent to irritate other drivers by cutting them off, 46 per cent to hog the middle of the road and 35 per cent to get fined.
 
17 per cent of first-born children confessed to applying makeup while driving and 30 per cent to using their phone.
 
These were all higher rates than that of younger siblings, meaning first-borns have been in more collisions than middle and youngest children.
 
 
 
 
 
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