How much we get doesn’t matter. It’s gonna snow, and it’s what most drivers dread…
Here are the results of a new survey that found the top 15 things people are afraid of when they’re driving. The same survey say it takes the average driver three and a half years to get the hang of how to drive.
The top 15 driving fears are:
#1.) Driving in snow.
#2.) Freezing conditions where there might be black ice.
#4.) Driving on the highway.
#5.) Parallel parking.
#6.) Driving in an area you don’t know.
#7.) Driving through big cities.
#9.) Passing large trucks.
#10.) Driving down rural country roads.
#11.) Passing other drivers.
#12.) Narrow streets.
#13.) Heavily congested roads.
#14.) Driving in the dark.
#15.) Parking in crowded parking garages.
More than half of those questioned felt that young drivers were perceived as reckless and ‘boy racers’ but only ten per cent felt this stereotype was true.
Despite this, 67 per cent said their generation was guilty of playing music loudly in their cars and 44 per cent said they aimlessly cruise around.