Just so you know, I’m over here drifting ‘round your house and leaving tire marks all over your driveway like a motherfuckin’ boss. Know why? Because I’m a better driver than you. That’s right, I said it – while you’re out driving around Miss Daisy I’m chillin’ with Vin Diesel and doing sick stunts and shit like this:
Now that I’ve gotten THAT out of my system (and gee whiz was that a long time coming), looks like we can finally settle the age-old debate of who makes a better driver – men or women.
It turns out women are the best.
Insurance expert Admiral LittleBox studied the records of UK drivers alongside their gender, and found that 58% of women were better drivers overall. Via Metro,
The study, which also took into account job and colour of their car, found too that the safest car to drive was a red Honda. The worst? Audi drivers in their 20s, who ranked as the worst drivers in the land.
Regionally, the safest drivers live in East Anglia, the best for speeding live in Bradford – and the worst for speeding live in London.
So, if you’d like to feel safer on your commute to work, all you need to do is find a middle-aged, female, software engineer from East Anglia in a red Honda to carpool with.
That can’t be so hard.
Lloyd Badran of Admiral said younger people tend to score lower than others due to lack of experience.
We have a lot of interesting data that show us driving trends throughout the UK. While it’s fascinating to create these in-depth profiles of good and bad drivers, which we can do with great precision, there is a useful side to this.
Telematics data allows us to provide fairer prices to customers that reflect their driving ability rather than being based on the risk profiles of similar types of people. We believe safe drivers should be rewarded for their efforts.
Don’t believe us? Check the results for yourself here.
The Most Important Survey On The Planet Has Finally Determined Whether Men Or Women Are Better Drivers