First Born Children Make The WORST Drivers As They’re More Likely To Speed, Tailgate And Jump Red Lights
Eldest kids are more likely to flout driving laws compared to younger siblings – and it’s because they’re over-confident and are given an easy ride by parents
FIRST born kids are worse drivers than their younger siblings, new research has found.
The study by Privilege Insurance into family rivalries revealed eldest children are more likely to rack up fines for bad driving than their brothers and sisters.
Table shows how likely drivers are to break the rules