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Forget the old stereotype of women being worse drivers than men. According to a survey conducted by Smith’s Lawyers, men are far more likely to be distracted behind the wheel than women in several different ways—particularly looking at pedestrians.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedauto news,global transportation,Limo services,Transportation
Forget the old stereotype of women being worse drivers than men. According to a survey conducted by Smith's Lawyers, men are far more likely to be distracted behind the wheel than women in several different ways—particularly looking at pedestrians. Read full story here.