The average family will spend more than seven-and-a-half hours in the car together traveling over the holidays. They're definitely going to FIGHT.
A new survey found that most families KNOW they're going to have road trip fights . . . and more than a quarter of them start arguing within an HOUR of getting in the car.
Here are the top five most common things people fight about on family road trips:
#1.) Backseat driving and/or the driver's driving style.
#2.) Children arguing.
#3.) What to listen to after you're too far from K102.
#4.) Which way to go.
#5.) Kids asking "Are we there yet?"