Summer Survival Guide - Part 2 - Staying calm
A survey by the Civil Service Motoring Association (CSMA) found that almost 45% of men and 49% of women shouted at their passengers when stress got the better of them.
One in five said they had to stop the car to recover their composure.
One in 10 committed a traffic offence when they got agitated.
Alarmingly, 1% of drivers said they had deliberately driven into another vehicle out of anger.
However, all it needs is a little planning to take the strain out of driving.
Read our guide on the next page to find out more.
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