Male Drivers Lost Longer Than Women

The old stereotype might be true: Men really don't like to ask for directions and are willing to circle around aimlessly forever, or at least longer than women. The average male drives an extra 276 miles every year as a result of being lost -- the equivalent to a journey from Cincinnati to Nashville -- compared to 256 miles for women, according to a study by British car insurance company Sheila's Wheels. More than one out of four men -- 26 percent -- wait at least half an hour before asking...Full Story
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