Women Drivers Rule!

It’s time to get rid of that men-are-better-drivers stereotype once and for all. According to a new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, women are involved in fewer fatal accidents than men – a lot fewer.  The study found that 71% of car accident casualties were men, while women only made up 29% of car accident deaths. And twice as many men died in car crashes between 1975 and 2015 than women.

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