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Who Swears More When Driving?
Who Swears More When Driving?

According to a new survey by Direct Line car insurance, women are more likely than men to swear while driving.

–Nearly HALF of all women . . . 48% . . . admit to cursing behind the wheel.  Only 40% of men do.  Here are the five things most likely to make us swear:

#1.)  The GPS:  55% of people who use one say they’ve sworn at it.

#2.)  Getting cut off by another driver.

#3.)  People who don’t use their turn signal when turning or changing lanes.

#4.)  People who talk on their cell phone while driving.

#5.)  Someone driving slow in the fast lane.  This is the ONLY thing that MEN were more likely to swear at than women.  15% of men mentioned it . . . while only 7% of women did.

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