Is Grandma a better driver than mom?

Researchers at the Philadelphia Children’s Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania determined that children riding in the car with grandparents were less likely to be injured than those riding with their parents. This is notwithstanding that fact that the kids were more likely to be involved in a crash while riding with grandma and grandpa and that the parents were more likely to properly use child restraints.
Researchers attribute the findings to the grandparents heightened caution while transporting the grandchildren. Perhaps the grandparents should trade driving lessons for car seat installation training.

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