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With the traveling season upon us, it seems those who like to drive may be in for a long trip.

According to a survey by Allianz Insurance, most drivers agree that the worst person to have in the passenger seat with them is their significant other. The poll finds that the drivers tend to feel as much as four times more anxious when their partner is seated next to them and watching their movements.

Women are more likely to feel rushed by males. 32 percent of women say they feel more relaxed and comforted with their male counterpart in the car. The same was true for 43 percent of men.

Who’s the ‘Back seat’ driver in your relationship? Or are you the couple that works well together when traveling?