Ageing parents are two and a half times more likely to rely on their children to drive them around than they were in 2011

Ageing parents are two and a half times more likely to rely on their children to drive them to hospital appointments, on shopping trips and other important journeys than five years previously, research by the AA motoring group has uncovered.

On the flipside, the so-called mates’ taxi is becoming less popular among teenage drivers, offering the hope of fewer multiple-fatality crashes involving cars overloaded with young passengers.

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