What do you do in your car?

How your na­tion­al­ity dic­tates what you do in a car

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New data re­veals some eye-open­ing na­tional traits

SPAN­ISH driv­ers spend some of the long­est time asleep in their car, but among the least amount of time shav­ing or ap­ply­ing make up. Driv­ers also spend the least time thank­ing driv­ers, while also pass­ing more hours mak­ing love than ques­tion­ing their me­chan­ics.

WHEN it comes to per­sonal re­la­tion­ships the Ital­ians can­not be topped. They spend the most time kiss­ing other peo­ple in their car as well as hav­ing fun in the back. They’re also known for shar­ing their meals in a car while shav­ing and ap­ply­ing make up is far from un­com­mon, too.

POR­TUGUESE driv­ers spend more time than most in Europe brak­ing abruptly to avoid a col­li­sion. They were also found to be hap­pier than most to ask for di­rec­tions, as well as share their car with oth­ers. Ap­ply­ing make up and shav­ing ranks low for Por­tuguese driv­ers, though.

DE­SPITE spend­ing a lot of time sleep­ing in their cars, Polish driv­ers do it alone, pass­ing just 1.90 hours back-seat ro­manc­ing across their life­time. Other na­tion­al­i­ties spend lots more time fig­ur­ing out where they parked their cars, Polish driv­ers must have bet­ter mem­o­ries.

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