Going on a staycation holiday is fun, the bags are packed, the car is loaded and you’re ready to go, but 20 miles into your journey it hits you. The person you’re travelling with has several annoying car habits. With millions of UK citizens set for a staycation holiday this year in light of the Covid-19 outbreak, we’ve created a quiz for you to take to figure out what type of road tripper you are. Are you the driver who has everything prepared from food to fuel, the driver who travels somewhere on a whim hoping for the best, or are you the annoying passenger? Because let’s face it whether your journey lasts for 40 miles, 100 miles or even 250 miles, there’s always that one person who does something that gets on your nerves, whether it’s tapping the dashboard, chewing loudly or they’ve created a horrible playlist for you all to listen to. What type of road tripper are you?Going on a staycation holiday is fun, the bags are packed, the car is loaded and you’re ready to go, but 20 miles into your journey it hits you. The person you’re travelling with has several annoying car habits, but which type of road tripper are you?You stop every 50 milesThere’s nothing better than a good road trip right? And you love stopping every 50 miles or so to take a break from driving perhaps stopping at a service station or a landmark on your route to prolong your journey, even if your passengers don’t want to. You’re less likely to be found on the motorway and are more likely to drive the scenic route. You only stop for fuelWhether it’s a short trip or a long one, you only stop for fuel and nothing else. You want to get there as fast as you can while driving safely. Your passengers just hope your refuelling stop has a public toilet they can use before you hit the road again. Spontaneous travellerYou know that not every road trip needs to be planned and while some may call you a Sunday driver, your trips are never dull as you keep your passengers guessing as to which fun destination you take them to. PreparerYou plan everything for your road trip from your route, your refuelling stops, song playlists, car conversations and even what you’ll eat and drink, nothing gets left to chance. You love planning so much that it wouldn’t surprise us if you planned how to create your travel plan.Dashboard tapperWe all know someone who has annoying car habit and the dashboard tapper is one of the most annoying habits out there. Often found in the passenger seat, you get bored 50 miles into your journey that you start to tap anything and everything you see while you gaze out of the window hoping you reach your destination soon. Annoying playlisterDrivers should often get to choose the songs to go on the playlist, but then again there are some people who pick the worst songs known to mankind and unfortunately you don’t know how to create a fun playlist to singalong to. How much do you love road trips?How long should a road trip last?How do you plan your route?How important is music to your journey?How often do you take road trips? Quiz Maker – powered by Riddle If you have decent breakdown cover your insurer will come to the rescue after sustaining any damage. Sterling Rescue breakdown cover, for example, costs from just £46.80 a year, which is cheaper than other major breakdown insurance firms and a fraction of the cost of regular garage call out and repair fees.