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We all know that texting while driving (TWD) is dangerous. Looking down at your cell phone for even a nanosecond can lead to an accident. However, it is not just cell phones that are causing distractions in the car. There are maps, snacks, and countless other objects and activities drivers engage in and fuss with while on the road, including heated debates with other passengers.

Arguing while behind the wheel may not be an obvious choice in the common list of road distractions. Even so, this hazard is not something to be overlooked. When Halford’s recently did a study on arguments while driving, the U.K.-based automotive group discovered that they happen frequently when the driver refuses to ask for directions. Eighty-five percent of women admitted to fueling that fire, as did 65 percent of men.

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