Dad’s a better driver, say kids

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Perceived prejudice against women drivers seems to kick in from an early age, according to a survey.

Most five to seven-year-olds reckon dad is a better driver than mum and also think their father is better at parking.

But youngsters clearly have more fun in the car with their mothers, the survey from the RAC showed.

Nearly twice as many of the 1,000 five to seven-year-olds surveyed thought their mother was a better car companion than their father.