Statistics have proven male and female riders vehicles operated in different ways. Safety and accident rates of both sexes have taken to find consistency between men and women. Where most cases are concerned, women tend to be more careful on the road, while men are more aggressive by nature.
Alcohol levels, safety belt use and aggressive driving are all factors of safety on the road. Men are much more likely in a car and drive with alcohol in your blood continues over the limit. Women are more likely to buckle and adjust her seatbelt when getting into a vehicle. Where aggression is concerned, studies have shown men to be more likely to take hasty decisions, thus risking the safety of themselves and others on the road.
The ever-increasing availability of technology with mobile phones, tablets and MP3 players increases the likelihood of a collision or citation by distractions. In relation to the hand-held distractions, female drivers are more likely seen a cell phone or iPod. A study on the ABC News revealed that male drivers file. More claims due to distractions in the summer than in winter The reason for this increase, tests have shown is because women with less clothes in the summer and appear more attractive to the male eye.
Although men are more likely behind the wheel of a vehicle, women are involved in a greater number of minor collisions than men. Since accounting began, male drivers are involved in higher death rates than women. Serious accidents and number of people killed are higher with male drivers. In 2006, the number of male drivers in collisions killed more than twice as high as the female deaths in the same year.
Statistics show that men receive 50 percent more citations than the police women. This may also be exceeding the speed limit and other traffic violations. Men are also more likely to commit to the first crime at an earlier age. The adherence to traffic rules under most conditions is a consistency between women has shown, however, that men are more some of their driving abilities and underestimate the risks associated with traffic offenses affiliated.