A quarter of children admit their dad’s driving scares them. Two thirds of kids say Dad is more likely to weave in and out of the traffic. Dads are more intent on getting from A to B as quickly as possible, whereas mums take things slower and spend their time singing or chatting to the kids rather than getting annoyed with other drivers. Kids say 55 per cent of their dads have more accidents than mums — probably because 78 per cent are more aggressive. When Dad is shouting at other drivers, 30 per cent of children slump down in their seat to hide, and 2 per cent cry. Seven in 10 children say Mum is more likely to stall the car when taking off; 64 per cent of kids say Mum is incapable of reverse parking; and 67 per cent say their mums bump into walls, road signs and lampposts.