Biggest Christmas travel bugbears revealed

Driving a car

A recent survey found that one in six adults have argued with their spouse about who will be the designated driver during the holiday season.

Other Christmas complaints, according to a survey of 2,000 drivers, include backseat drivers, not arriving at events on time, and irritation when trying to effectively follow instructions.

It can be difficult to focus when driving in bad weather, and it can also cause conflict about who has to pay for gas or maintenance.

Heycar, the company that commissioned the study, has responded by releasing the “Pre-Sup,” a digital contract that promises couples to drive fairly during the holidays.

The most popular reasons to get in the automobile during holiday season were to visit with loved ones, then do Christmas shopping and enjoy festive pursuits like ice skating.

Over the holidays, drivers will travel an average of 92 miles because of their intense desire to see their loved ones.

To find the ideal gift, a total of 44 miles will be traveled, and another 33 miles will be accumulated when assembling the ingredients for Christmas dinner.

However, 75% of people think that having a car is necessary to make sure that their Christmas preparations proceed as planned.

Additionally, despite the possibility of more gridlock due to the scheduled rail strikes in December, celebratory drivers appear undeterred, with 68% predicting that they will drive as much as they do every Christmas.

Over the holidays, drivers will travel an average of 92 miles because of their intense desire to see their loved ones.

To find the ideal gift, a total of 44 miles will be traveled, and another 33 miles will be accumulated when assembling the ingredients for Christmas dinner.

However, 75% of people think that having a car is necessary to make sure that their Christmas preparations proceed as planned.

Additionally, despite the possibility of more gridlock due to the scheduled rail strikes in December, celebratory drivers appear undeterred, with 68% predicting that they will drive as much as they do every Christmas.

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