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Not good at driving? What the statistics say about women drivers
Written by SOT.COM.AL 2 Qershor 2023
A woman is capable of doing anything just like any man. However, we have heard many times that "women can't drive" or that "they are not capable behind the wheel" compared to men. But is there a scientific fact that claims women can't drive? Or is it another stereotype?
Until June 2018, women were banned from driving in Saudi Arabia. The country's government believed in certain rules that dictated that women should not travel without a male guardian, in most cases who would be able to drive for them.
Besides this being a rule in one country, it is a stereotype that many people believe, that women should not travel alone or that men can always drive for them. Because of this, since early times, it was the male in the family who drove the car and women were given fewer opportunities, resulting in their lesser participation in the act of driving.
According to reports, in the United Kingdom in 2017, men were responsible for 72% of all convictions related to traffic offenses even though the number of male and female drivers was almost the same. According to the same study, men were responsible for 84% of all drunk driving offenses and 78% of all speeding offences.
All these results of the study are enough for us to understand how safe drivers women are compared to men.