Study: Men over age 45 much more likely to crash on icy or snowy roads - Bring Me The News

Study: Men over age 45 much more likely to crash on icy or snowy roads

And the risk is even greater if those guys are driving pickup trucks, according to research from Purdue University. The study's author suggested it may because of overconfidence or a false sense of safety.
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And the risk is even greater if those guys are driving pickup trucks, according to research from Purdue University. The study's author suggested it may because of overconfidence or a false sense of safety.

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