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Ways to avoid getting driven to distraction

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The Compensation Experts analysed an experiment by What Car?, ranking 20 vehicles on how distracting their infotainment systems were, based on six common driving tasks.

The test involved turning up the temperature by two degrees, increasing fan speed, zooming out on the sat nav map, cancelling route guidance, switching stations to BBC Radio 4 and using voice control to find the nearest service station.And the MG ZS EV with an eight-inch touchscreen came bottom, followed by the Fiat 500X with seven-inch screen and Uconnect Live.Next was the Skoda Citigo-e iV with colour screen and phone holder, then the Peugeot 508 SW with 10in Connected 3D Navigation and voice recognition.

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