Partners are the most likely to stress out drivers when they are in the car according to a recent survey.
Partner pressure, according to the survey, increases a driver’s likelihood of feeling stressed or anxious whilst driving by almost four times. Drivers also feel twice as rushed by having their partners in the car as they feel less calm by having their partners in the car.
The top five passengers most likely to cause drivers to stress out, in order, are: partners, other people’s children, their own children, parents and other family members
In addition, city drivers are the most stressed whilst the calmest are on Britain’s country roads. The commute, school run and appointments make drivers feel the most stressed.