September 20, 2013

Drive your child halfway to the moon!

Feel like you drive a lot? If you have children, there’s a very good reason for that.

Recent research by Insurance Company Aviva has suggested that parents spend a vastly proportional amount of time driving their children around.

With an average of 27 journeys per week, this equates to an estimate of approximately 148 miles for every 168 hours.

This figure suggests that by the time their offspring has reached 17 – the ages where they can legally begin driving themselves around- their parents have driven them roughly 125,000 miles… or in other terms, half way to the moon.

So next time you think about how much your children are driving you mad, think about how much you are driving them around too.

Safe driving from Britannia!

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