Is it the Man's job to drive? Chauffering a lady seems like a gentlemanly act. I understand that a gentleman grants favors easily and freely. So it seems gentlemanly to drive when a lady would…Continue
"There are more women drivers, by quantity, than men ... but men drive more, longer, and farther than women. So, you'd expect more violations/ accidents on average. I doubt insurance has all that nuanced a view of…"
"I have never understood that. From my own experience I recall more females totaling their cars than males. Usually if you ask a guy how they got a particular dent, scratch or other blemish on their car they know when, where and how it happened.…"
"We joke about women drivers but its usually men that are worse hence we pay more for car insurance. In Europe this was recently challenged since it discriminates against men, The courts agreed and now women have to pay as much as men. Yay equality:)"
"I drive near 100% of the time when my wife and I are in the car together. Only real exception is when we're on a really long car trip and I've just had it. I handed over the driver's seat on the second day of a Disneyworld…"
"I guess I do the driving about 70% of the time. On a date I almost always drive and I open the door for my wife. My wife is not a good driver but insists she is only a bad driver when I ride with her. I claim she only notices it when I ride…"
"That is between you and your lady.
My wife pays the bill when we dine out. It comes out of the same account so it does not matter between us who deals with it. That being said I find it amusing how often I am give the check rather then…"
"expectation? I suppose that depends on the woman and your relationship. My wife likes to drive, as do I. I mind driving over long distances less than she, but she's happy to as well...
I tend to drive on the weekends, because I…"
"The book is not a work of non-fiction. And if a communist regime used it, that is only indicative of what that communist regime thought of it. It's not like Steinbeck promoted his book or the subsequent film for Soviet audiences. And has…"