If you have ever wondered about the differences between men and women, check out their driving.
I taught my sons to drive – They drive like their father, their uncle who lives 3,000 miles away and most other men I know.
Research findings, insurance statistics and possibly your own experience highlight gender differences in driving caused by a mix of biological, psychological, social and even evolutionary factors.
Who Drives Better?
Actually the answer to the question of who drives better depends on the criteria and reflects the differences. According Tom Vanderbilt, author of Traffic, some research suggests that men do show more technical proficiency in driving as well as a greater tendency to declare themselves “above average drivers.”