I know you're sorta spitballing here, but at least in my experience that's a bit backwards. Around here, I'd guess women drive SUVs more than men do. Growing up, fathers would buy their daughters SUVs because they were safer. Now, husbands have their wives drive the family SUV for the same reason. Plus, moms and minivans, etc. That might just be a thing in the area I grew up, though. It's probably different in downtown Seattle.
> So....they get into more accidents because the cars they drive are objectively more difficult to drive.
I'd bet the testosterone doesn't help much, either :-)
I'd love to see actual data on this , especially power and size of cars grouped by gender.
>>I'd bet the testosterone doesn't help much, either :-)
Women have their own behaviour-affecting hormones too, you know.
Where in the UK are you? I lived several years in England as a teenager and went to a 'nice' school in the suburbs of Surrey and almost everybody drove their kids to school.
Also in the UK and can report that mothers driving “Chelsea tractors” is totally a thing.
> Women have their own behaviour-affecting hormones too, you know.
Of course. I was making a half-joke.
Whoa there. Someone might infer from this that you believe men might generally make decisions / respond to situations differently than women with biological reasons being a contributing factor. That's a dangerous line of thought.