Friday, May 24, 2024

New campaign encourages men to 'chore like women'

In the name of safety, a French organization now wants the country's male drivers to drive in the same way as women do.

The French security organization Victims & Citoyens is now calling on the country's male drivers to drive cars as women.

The organization believes that it increases safety on the roads if men let their choir style be inspired by the opposite con.

The organization writes this on its website .

In this way, the French will be able to reduce some of the deaths on the country's roads. There may also be something to that.

READ ALSO: Happening in two weeks – Denmark makes popular cars more expensive again

The latest figures from France indicate that men are statistically a greater danger on the roads than women. Here, however, one can object that men make up a larger proportion of motorists in France than women.

However, the women are not far behind. 42 percent of drivers in France are women, and they drive almost as many kilometers as men.

The famous rally choir Michèle Mouton has also intervened in the debate. In an interview with RTL, she says that women are generally more careful in traffic and have less of a tendency to get drunk behind the wheel.

But what do you mean? Are women generally prettier than their male counterparts? Join the debate on Boosted's Facebook page in the thread for this article.

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