Friday, June 23, 2006

Women drivers

I've often wondered as to whether there's any justification
for blaming women drivers when it comes to 'adventures' of
the road. You tell me.

I think women drivers are great, don't you?


  1. Now I'm afraid, very afraid!

    Sure is much safer on the waters! ;)

  2. Anonymous11:34 AM

    I have no prejudice but then sumtimes I will automatically slow down n stay away...
    It't not me... it's it's errr... instinct?
    But after looking at this... I m speechless

  3. Q: What's more dangerous than a woman driver?

    A: A woman driver with an attitude.

  4. FH2o, you think so? I hear there are more and more of us women kayakers now. You know what I mean?

    Zeroimpact, you're right, it's instinct. I'm wary of new drivers - men or women. Another challenging type is the tipsy driver. I've come across on two occasions following behind a car whose driver couldn't decide to keep to his side of the lane. He was happily zig-zagging along. Luckily it was late at night and the road was rather free of traffic which made it easier to swiftly overtake him with a wide margin of space. Phew!

    MM, LOL!

  5. Anonymous3:29 PM

    Yah lo
    I hate oso when they stay in the middle of 2 lanes... annoying

  6. I think it's more scary than annoying as you're not sure whether he'd go left or right just when you're overtaking him. Remember he's under the influence of alcohol? **Sigh**

  7. As a pedestrian and cyclist, I think ALL drivers are dangerous.

  8. Pandabonium, I do agree. Here in Malaysia there is little or no emphasis on zebra crossings and pedestrians. Part of the fault lies with people not making use of these crossings but prefer to jay-walk. It's actually a chicken and egg story.