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blog.esurance.com/women-more-prone-to-road-rage

Women. Delicate flowers or lean, mean, road-raging machines? Find out if females are more prone to road rage. ... When it comes to stereotypical gender traits, men typically get the rap for being more likely to speed or drink and drive. When it ... (To venture a guess, we'd say the latter group does not have working AC.) ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3855612/Do-women-road-rage-worse-men-Females-drivers-lose-cool-faster-males-claims-study.html

Oct 20, 2016 ... A new study suggests that road rage affects women more than men, and that females are far more likely to lose their cool behind the wheel. The researchers suggest that women have an instinctive 'early warning system' which dates back to our early female ancestors who had a sense of danger for threats.

www.simplemost.com/survey-shows-women-experience-road-rage-men

Jun 14, 2017 ... Every driver has felt that flicker of annoyance after being cut off on the road, or having someone turn in front of them either in slow motion or without a turn signal (or both at once). Some of us can ignore it but, for others, it creates a silent (or maybe not-so-silent) rage. It is this frustration, according to the ...

newyork.cbslocal.com/2012/07/27/study-reveals-women-more-prone-to-road-rage-than-men

Jul 27, 2012 ... (credit: Thinkstock). the car connection logo v2001 Study Reveals Women More Prone To Road Rage Than Men. A new survey of America's commuters reveals some interesting facts. Chief among them: many folks text and drive, while far more — especially womenhave a tendency to fly off the handle.

compareguru.co.za/news/road-rage-are-men-or-women-the-major-culprits

May 3, 2017 ... As the term “road ragehas become a phrase du jour, which encompasses everything from hooting and swearing behind the wheel, to aggressive driving and assaults on the road, traffic organisations have come up with a more specific classification for incidents. Arrive Alive defines road rage as specifically ...

wtop.com/news/2012/08/when-it-comes-to-road-rage-who-is-worse-men-or-women

Aug 27, 2012 ... Drivers age 55 and older reported feeling the most relaxed, while drivers ages 25 to 34 were most likely to feel road rage during their commutes. An Esurance blog post analyzing the poll results says that some experts theorize women's aggressive driving tendencies stem from their “subconscious need to ...

auto.howstuffworks.com/car-driving-safety/accidents-hazardous-conditions/road-rage6.htm

Fifty-six percent of the men surveyed said they experienced rage on a daily basis versus 44 percent of the women. More men also admitted to retaliating against others when they felt angry or provoked [source: Dr. Driving.org]. Recently, several writers have published articles about the rise in road-rage incidents among ...

www.younginjurylaw.com/Articles/Driving-by-Gender-Who-Causes-More-Motor-Vehicle-Accidents.shtml

While media stereotypes once led to the acceptance of "woman driver" as an inherently critical label, the truth is that men are significantly more likely to get into crashes ... Risky maneuvers, speeding, drunk driving and road rage create significant hazards to passengers and other drivers on American roads, regardless of the ...

www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/news/two-thirds-drivers-have-suffered-road-rage-attack-women-main

May 31, 2017 ... In total, 80 per cent of drivers – four in every five – have been the victim of some form of road rage aggression. ... Men and women are at equal risk of becoming a victim in any given year, but women are much more likely to be the victims of three or more incidents of road range in a 12-month period, with 35 ...