According to a recent study by Dr. Steven Cramer, an associate professor of neurology, and the leader of the study, people with a certain gene variant perform more than 20% worse on a driving test than people without that gene.
People with the variant have a smaller portion of their brain stimulated when performing a complex task like driving.
I'd like to see some research explaining why these same people are drawn to driving in Subarus.
With Ohio plates.
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