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End backseat driving to reduce summer travel stress

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Summer travel is stressful enough without the added strain of traveling with a backseat driver.

According to a Ford Motor Company study, 52 percent of backseat drivers report they felt compelled to speak up due to lack of trust in either the driver or the other drivers on the road. Six in 10 say they would consider not being a backseat driver if they knew there was something that could control a driver’s actions on the road.

What does that mean for drivers? Maintain your focus, ensure your passengers remain calm and pledge to remain stress-free behind the wheel.

– Mark Witthar, Sanderson Ford

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