Young drivers are more likely to use their phones and have SEX while driving

The craziest things that Australians do behind the wheel have been revealed, with more than half of the population admitting to driving dangerously

The craziest things the Australians do behind the wheel have been revealed, with more than half of the population admitting that they drive dangerously.

Australia's worst mistakes along the way include eating, texting, putting on makeup and even having sex while driving.

Not only have the worst habits been revealed, it was also discovered that drivers in Victoria and Western Australia are the most dangerous in the country.

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The craziest things that Australians do behind the wheel have been revealed, with more than half of the population admitting to driving dangerously

The craziest things that Australians do behind the wheel have been revealed, with more than half of the population admitting to driving dangerously

Other questionable activities that Aussie usually does behind the wheel include smoking, taking care of a child in the back seat, falling asleep and reading a newspaper.

Those who were surveyed admitted other alarming activities, which include having sex and using Google Maps.

1% of the population admitted having sex while driving.

The data collected by Finder.com.au revealed that 10.9 million people throughout the country admit driving in a dangerous manner.

Of the 62 percent who admitted to a risky business behind the wheel, 25 percent admitted using their phone.

Australians seem to like to eat something while driving, since it was the worst habit of all, with 38 percent of the population admitting to doing so.

Other bad habits include wearing straps, texting while driving, facebooking, smoking, sleeping and even driving on the wrong side of the road

Other bad habits include wearing straps, texting while driving, facebooking, smoking, sleeping and even driving on the wrong side of the road

Other bad habits include wearing straps, texting while driving, facebooking, smoking, sleeping and even driving on the wrong side of the road

Other bad habits include the use of thongs, texting while driving, facebooking, smoking, sleeping and even driving on the wrong side of the road.

Drivers in Victoria and Western Australia are the riskiest drivers in the country, with 64% of people admitting to being distracted while driving.

Millennials are guilty of being the most risky drivers, with nearly four in five drivers admitting to driving recklessly: 41 percent have admitted using their phones while driving.

Baby boomers are the safest drivers on the lot, with 59 percent saying they had never done anything risky behind the wheel.

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