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Women drivers taking a back seat?

Couple with a PEUGEOT 2008 SUV GT Line

New research suggests that a third of women admit they prefer to take a back seat when it comes to driving. Despite a whopping 74% of women believing that THEY are the better driver in their relationships, 84% of men do the driving, according to the survey by car club …

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Revealed: UK’s angry women drivers

Angry woman driver

Women drivers are angrier than men, claims new research. A study of 1,000 UK drivers for Hyundai Motor UK revealed that women are, on average, 12% angrier than men when they’re behind the wheel. In an experiment conducted by Patrick Fagan, a behavioural psychologist at Goldsmiths University, London, drivers were …

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BBC’s Suzi Perry in car maintenance drive

Suzi Perry and Vicky Kempton

Formula One presenter Suzi Perry fronts campaign to give women the tools they need to look after their cars. The awareness initiative is in response to an IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry) survey of 1,000 women car owners revealing that one in five (22%) are reluctant to deal with …

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Most Popular Cars For Women Drivers

Motoring is no longer the sole domain of men and many women now take an active interest in the design, spec and performance of new cars on the market. Think of it like this, car design is a work of art; as is fashion design, interior design and music – …

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Women Drivers – No Survivors (An Old Saying)

In olden times, when cars were made from balsa wood, string and the old sandwich wrappings of the average Longbridge car worker, a car engine had to be started from cold by means of a mechanical device known as a choke. This opened a chamber in a thing called a …

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Why Women are Better Drivers

It is the age-old argument in the battle of the sexes.  Who are the better drivers, men or women?  It is acknowledged that men are more likely to take greater risks and tend to own more powerful cars, so statistically it is inevitable. New Home Office figures however show that …

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