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Are men better drivers than women?

Are men better drivers than women?

  
Are men better drivers than women?
71% Say Yes
29% Say No
  • Men Are Far Better Drivers Than Women

    Been out on the road lately? Seen who is the source of 75% or more of the traffic issues created on the roadways? Invariably if you matriculate to the front of the pack in a long jam on the interstates you’ll find a little old lady leading the charge! Men have quicker reaction times, are not as easily distracted from their driving responsibilities by outside influences, and have always been known to have better road sense. As supporting evidence, let’s look at the professional race circuits, where driving skill is showcased at its pinnacle. Only one woman’s name even comes to the forefront, and that is for no other reason than media hype. Men drive better than women. Always have, and always will. And now I shall go run and hide from the bombardment of “chauvinist pig” rhetoric!

  • Men are better

    Women are More Likely to Drive with Pets in their Cars & Obstructions in Their Mirrors

    One fact seems to be irrefutably true: Women are more likely to drive around with dogs in their cars. Celebrities like Paris Hilton have made owning pint-sized accessory dogs the “in” thing to do. As a result, scads of female imitators are running around with teeny-tiny dogs of their own. When they’re not hanging their itty-bitty pooches – who are bundled up in cute dog carriers – from their shoulders, these women are driving around with them as front-seat passengers, potentially becoming very dangerous distractions to safe driving. Men are more likely to have their dog in the back of their pick-up truck, where they won’t get in the way.

    Better or Safer
  • Yes, men may be more aggressive but for skill, they are better, women are safer perhaps as they drive extremely slow, however they don't take in their surroundings and well.. How many men put on make up whilst driving? *Me no grammar I know, I'm lazy, deal with it* ()

  • There are No Women Formula 1 Drivers

    If women were better drivers then they'd be competitive against men in Formula 1 like they are at some other sports such as show jumping. The fact that men are also better at other non-strength orientated sports such as snooker and darts prove that in general men are better at judging speed and angles than women.

  • Women need to take their entitlement down a notch. But i'm getting frustrating just being here with arrogant people from BOTH SIDES.

    Here you go. This isn't sexist or bias. It's another persons hypothesis i agree with based on the actual study of accidents per mile. "Actually, you are right. Men get into 5.1 accidents per million miles and women get into 5.7. That's a 12% difference. Women on a per mile basis (the only fair way to measure this, get into 12% more accidents than men.) Overall, men do get into more accidents, but that's because there are 74% more men on the road than women. The insurance statistics are misleading. If women started driving so there were just as many women as men on the road, we would have more accidents. The more men get on the road, the fewer accidents happen. The more women get on the road, the more accidents happen. That's the truth of the fair million mile statistic.

    The reason? Women don't challenge themselves. They don't try to get better at doing things they fear, like parallel parking, driving in strange places, finding new routes, learning new driving techniques, learning about how a car works. They have an attitude that sets them up to not respond as well when an emergency comes up, if they didn't cause the emergency in the first place.

    Men on the other hand, we don't (often) let fear decide for us what we are going to do. Part of being a man is staring fear in the eye and winning the staring contest. I didn't start off being a good parallel parker. But that didn't stop me. The fear of failure prompted me to practice. Most men have that attitude about everything we do. That is a fundamental difference between the sexes. And THAT is why we (eventually) become better drivers.

    Women try to be safer, but sometimes you have to be dangerous to prevent an accident.

    Getting to the question of parking, it's true. Men have better spacial awareness. We have better hand eye coordination."

  • More time behind the wheel.

    In my opinion yes men do drive better. The stereo type is only by a hair though and people blow it out of proportions. Men when younger drive worse I think because of the immaturity present. I remember when i first got my license I drove like a maniac. However, where man gains the advantage is that most of the time in a couple a man is more likely to drive the family around. The time spent behind the wheel makes the man more expereince and therefore are better. The edge is slight but I'm going to have to say men are better than women at driving.

  • The main reason

    Women love to do make up. When they are late for something they do their makeup in the car. Their eyes are at the mirror not focused on the road. So they are in a lot of accidents because they are easily distracted than men behind the wheel. So that's the main reason why men are better drivers than women.

  • There are multiple reasons

    Men have better depth perception, are more focused, and are more enthusiastic about learning how to do it right, whereas women see it as a chore, and therefore, most women learn how to do it for practical use, but usually don't care about improving. The only reason "men get in more accidents" is because men drive more often than women. They take the longer commutes to work, and they drive when together with women(because its the right thing to do)

  • If you don't drive, you don't have accidents, but you have less practice and likely are worst driver

    Accidents, insurance rates, number of tickets are all meaningless unless you do it per driven mile. It is funny how some of these studies end up saying that as in the last years women are catching up because they are driving more... DUH!
    But to be fair, I do agree with men driving more aggressively. But what freaks you out more, that or the teenage girl texting while speeding?

  • Men are better

    Their are way more videos of woman failing at driving than men on the internet. Science says women are better only because they drive less (I wonder why) and therefore can't get into more accidents. I see women all the time texting and putting on makeup while driving. Driving in high heels is proven by mythbusters to cause more accidents.

  • Who's driving the car?

    Stats show that men have more tickets, violations and crashes than women and one reason is that, if you sat at an intersection and observed, if there are multiple people in a car of multiple genders, who's driving... A guy... So of course the stats are going to be higher for guys, there physically more male drivers on the road at a rate greater than the rate of incidents.

  • Forget about the rules, lets talk about handling the car.

    It is very true that men tend to take more risk and thats why insurance for men is generally more expensive. However, men are more confident, can react quicker and coordinate better than women when driving. Im sure that if you put a man and a woman in the same situation of danger, the man is more likely to avoid the accident. It is in the very nature of man to perceive a stimulus and react to it.

     
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Date: 12/6/2013 8:45:38 AM

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