according To Nissan, six out of ten parents admit that they have a hard time concentrating on the road when their children are agitated in the car. During a crisis more difficult to manage, some are even forced to leave the road or hands off the wheel. If based on this investigation, the prevention of distractions would be one of the major concerns of parents when purchasing a car. To such a point that 27% of respondents say that they actively seek assistance systems to driving on their next vehicle. The devices that are of most interest to the respondents are the autonomous emergency braking, the warning of lane crossing and the adaptive cruise control.
But that may well be our little blonde to terrorize their parents at this point? According to Nissan, 72% of respondents complain of disputes, 66 % of tears and whims, 62 % of kicks in the driver’s seat, and 43 % worry that their little devil off his belt. To calm the game, some rely on a tablet or a smartphone (37 %), and other songs (53 %). Among respondents, 32 % use candy to coax their offspring, and 44 % use of toys. This last strategy may, however, be risky, since 39 % of the respondents admit that their child has attempted to defeat by turning his toys into weapons of jet!
according To Nissan, six out of ten parents admit that they have a hard time concentrating on the road when their children are agitated in the car. 3440001/Trombax – stock.adobe.com