Music Driving us to Distraction – New Research From Allianz Your Cover Lifts the Lid on the Effects of the Music we Listen to in Our Cars

LONDON, August 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Half (54%) of UK motorists want volume controls enforced on in-car music to stop it being a driving distraction. The average driver listens to seven hours of in-car music a week, equating to 13 billion hours[1]of noise pollution on UK roads every...

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