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Women are better drivers than men

Male vanity and domineering attitudes are among the worst traits of half of humanity. It manifests itself in their relationships with women, who they consider inferior, resilient, and incapable. Driving is one such situation.
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However, statistics tell us that the exact opposite is true. Women drive safer and wiser, are better able to adapt to traffic situations and situations that arise, and are even capable of handling difficult situations. Many women are also sharper, more skillful, and professional drivers

and many women are more likely to be “good drivers.

Statistics show that women are at fault in only about 30% of crashes and 10% of fatalities. This is because they are more tolerant of traffic, more likely to yield than to resist at all costs, do not operate as dangerously as men, and above all, do not try to compete while driving. They do not want to assert their dominance or superiority in the cockpit.

Women\’s characteristics are most evident in crisis situations, where they prefer to brake, wait, and try to avoid and avoid collisions. They are more aware than men that accidents are primarily a threat to the health and life of the person being transported, perhaps because they themselves are the bearers of life. Paradoxically, men tend to speed up in these situations and try to avoid collisions by fleeing the scene.
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No one is perfect

None of us is a phenomenon that does not make mistakes, and of course that includes drivers, and women are no exception. Common mistakes women make

Uncertainty – This is due to their mild nature, stressful situations often arise on the road, and in these situations they react with delays and mistakes.

Indecision – Men are quicker to make decisions in stressful situations, while women take longer to execute their decisions.

Inattention – Surprisingly, men are more inattentive and more likely to miss important moments with road signs and traffic.

Parking – this includes a decreased sense of spatial orientation and difficulty parking.