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(From Bristol Evening Post)
Nearly two-thirds (63 per cent) of children say their parents are aggressive drivers and 13 per cent say they are scared or embarrassed by mum and dad's driving, according to new research.
The survey by Continental Tyres asked 1,000 kids aged between four and 16 to report what they witnessed and to say how they felt about their parents driving.
Three-quarters said their parents shout at other road users and one in five reported that their 'responsible adult' used a mobile phone while driving although this is illegal. Forty per cent of youngsters get upset when mum or dad loses it behind the wheel and one in three gets …