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French people are being told to 'drive like a woman' to reduce traffic deaths

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 French people are being told to 'drive like a woman' to reduce traffic deaths

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A French road safety group is challenging the stereotype that men are better drivers than women by encouraging people to "drive like a woman" to reduce traffic fatalities. The campaign highlights statistics showing that a majority of fatal accidents are caused by men and emphasizes that adopting behaviors typically associated with female drivers can lead to safer outcomes on the road. The initiative aims to raise awareness through various platforms and cites data indicating that men are more likely to be involved in accidents, particularly among young and drunk drivers. In the US, male crash deaths have consistently outnumbered female crash deaths due to factors like driving more miles and engaging in risky driving practices.

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