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The 'Men vs Women: Who are the Better Drivers?' Infographic Stuns

 - Aug 31, 2012
References: directline & directline
The 'Men vs. Women: Who Are The Better Drivers?' infographic examines the heavily debated question of which bunch make for the most unsafe drivers.

Through examining, comparing and contrasting the habits and statistics that surround both genders, this visualization partakes in an impartial and unbiased investigation. Men, it seems, have a need for speed. Male drivers were 50 percent more likely than women to go above the speed limit multiple times per week.

With regards to drinking and driving, men were more likely to consume more alcohol than women before driving. Women, however, are not completely free of blame according to the infographic. Currently, more women are failing to complete regular check-ups and maintenance on their cars, a proactive step that could lead to less accidents in the future.

In the end, men have been crowned the more dangerous and careless sex when it comes to driving. Despite this fact, all drivers, be them men or women, should take caution when venturing out onto the road.