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6 February 2019

GALMATIC: The top four most irritating passenger habits

Are you guilty of any of these bad passenger habits?

Passengers can make a road trip memorable, but they can also exhibit some behaviours that make you want to drop them at the next petrol station. If any of these bad passenger habits hit home for you, it’s probably because deep down, you really love your car. Treat it right and insist on genuine parts and servicing. It already has to put up with plenty!

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