It's official - UAE women drivers better than men
It's official - UAE women drivers better than men

It’s official – UAE women drivers better than men

A new report proves once and for all that women drivers are statistically better than men with fewer accidents in the UAE.

The RoadSafetyUAE report finds that over the last eight years, women have been involved in nearly 10% less road accidents than men.

And over the last six months, they’ve been involved in 5% fewer accidents than men.

Which is proof – if you needed it – that women are statistically better drivers than men.

Other key takeaways from the report included

• Understand, own and use child seats better
• Tailgate less
• Use mobile phones less
• Speed less
• Indicate more

It wasn’t all good news for women drivers in the UAE, however.

The report found that although women were more unlikely to experience road rage. But if they do experience the red mist, they’re 11% to experience it more severely. And more often.

Dubai Police add new supercar to their fleet

Another new year, another Dubai Police supercar added to their incredible fleet – it must be a tough life being a Dubai Police driver!

And this time the Dubai Police have gone for outright speed in the shape of the Toyota 2021 GR Supra.

While it might not have the wow factor of other Dubai Police supercars like the AED1.2 million Rolls-Royce Wraith or the cool of an Aston Martin, it’s got plenty of hustle to catch bad guys.

The Supra is capable of hitting 100km in just 4.1 seconds (that’s about as long as it takes to read this sentence), it’s had to be electronically limited to a top speed of 250km/h.