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Can Women Drive better than Men

I thought lady drivers were the best until I remembered this old gem:

Drive thru cash point

Please note that with the arrival of the new "Drive-thru" cash
point machines customers will be able to withdraw cash without
leaving their vehicles. To enable users to use this new facility
the following procedures have been drawn up. Please read the
procedure that applies to your own circumstances (i.e. MALE or
FEMALE) and remember them for when you use the machine for the
first time.

MALE PROCEDURE
1 Drive up to the cash machine.
2 Wind down your car window.
3 Insert card into machine and enter PIN
4 Enter amount of cash required and withdraw.
5 Retrieve card, cash, and receipt.
6 Wind up window.
7 Drive off.

FEMALE PROCEDURE
1 Drive up to cash machine.
2 Reverse back the required amount to align car window to machine.
3 Re-start the stalled engine.
4 Wind down the window.
5 Find handbag, remove all contents on to passenger seat to locate card.
6 Locate make-up bag and check make-up in rear view mirror.
7 Attempt to insert card into machine.
8 Open car door to allow easier access to machine due to its distance from the car.
9 Insert card.
10 Insert card the right way up.
11 Re-enter handbag to find diary with your PIN written on the inside back page
12 Enter PIN.
13 Press cancel and re-enter correct PIN.
14 Enter amount of cash required.
15 Re-check make up in rear view mirror.
16 Retrieve cash and receipt.
17 Empty handbag again to locate purse and place cash inside.
18 Place receipt in back of cheque book.
19 Re-check make-up again.
20 Drive forwards 2 meters.
21 Reverse back to cash machine.
22 Retrieve card.
23 Re-empty hand bag, locate card holder, and place card into the slot provided.
24 Re-check make-up.
25 Restart stalled engine and pull off.
26 Drive for 3 to 4 miles.
27 Release hand brake.

Nutty
 

dondon

MIA
I love driving but I make an awful passenger , but I have to say I felt quite safe with my ex wife driving when I let her , quite relaxed in fact , had a couple of lifts off girls at work & also felt very relaxed & safe , also had lifts off blokes & felt that I wanted to get out of the car , aaaaaahhhhh, :evil:
 
I find the women/men driving debate so dull i can barely raise the energy to write this.

I suppose it's all according to the kind of driving you do, where you do it and at what time. I drive early in the morning and mid afternoon for about 25 miles a day at least. So mostly, i see male drivers, and some are shocking. If i drive during the school run (rarely), then i see more women than usual and again, some aren't good. Members of both genders are, at times, equally as incapable of driving a car as the other. I'd say i've used my horn more at men because of when i drive- but i don't think they're bad drivers in general. There are some usless twats in every category of person you could care to think of. So instead of criticising others (and our own partners!!), buy them some AIM lessons if you really care about whether they're safe on the road.
 
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