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Hilary Barry, Haydn Jones put backseat driver study findings to the test

A study from the University of Waikato released this week found backseat drivers aren't always distracting or unhelpful.

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For those over 25 having someone barking orders can be a good thing. Source: Seven Sharp

While studies have shown that having friends in the car is actually more dangerous for people under 25, having someone next to you twittering away is usually a good thing for those over 25, as Seven Sharp hosts Hilary Barry and Hadyn Jones found out.

To find out the results of their less-than-scientific experiment, watch the video above.