Over a quarter of men polled (29 percent) claim to be distracted by women wearing “summer attire” according to research coming from U.K. auto insurer Sheilas’ Wheels.

In contrast, a mere 3 percent of women admitted to being distracted by men while driving, Indeed, the report contains other data points that suggest that women are better drivers than men, at least in the summer. For example, twenty-one percent of males in the study admitted to being more susceptible to aggressive driving during the summer. Correspondingly, 25 percent of males, compared to just 17 percent of females, cited being in a crash or a “near-miss” situation throughout the last five summers.

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