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Hunger hazard

More than three-quarters of female motorists drive while hungry, despite the fact that nearly half admit it causes them to lose concentration.

For 40%, it increases their tiredness on the road.

The research by Sheilas’ Wheels found that most women who drive while hungry do so because it ‘slips their mind’ to eat.
 

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