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Study: Young Drivers Know More About Emojis Than Warning Lights On Their Car

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Study: Young Drivers Know More About Emojis Than Warning Lights On Their Car

Study: Young Drivers Know More About Emojis Than Warning Lights On Their Car

If there wasn’t something else for older generations to not like about the younger generations.... Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

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Study: Young Drivers Know More About Emojis Than Warning Lights On Their Car

If there wasn’t something else for older generations to not like about the younger generations;??A new study shows that younger drivers are one and a half times more likely to identity emojis better than warning lights on a car.

??The study was commissioned by Goodyear Auto Service and Just Tires, and conducted by Zeno Research & Insights.??They surveyed over a thousand drivers 18 and older in the U.S. and found, 49 percent of young drivers and 39 percent of overall drivers ??could not recognize the tire pressure monitoring system on their car.

??Going on to say 88 percent were able to ??recognize the eye roll emoji, which might make older generations roll their eyes as well.

??However, 51 percent of young drivers I.D.

The TPMS light correctly.

??The survey went on to stress the importance of the TPMS light, saying it helps drivers ??maintain the correct tire pressure and alerts them if there’s anything wrong.

??The survey recommends drivers check their tire pressure at least monthly notably when temperatures radically shift 10 degrees or more.

And while younger drivers may not know parts of their car; ??I bet older generations don’t know how good avocado toast tastes.

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