Are there any differences in either sex which are provably beneficial and/or detrimental to their driving abilities?
Also, is it possible that stereotypical gender roles make any difference in driving ability?
For example: Men stereotypically tend to take women on dates where the man drives the car and pays for the meal. A greater number of dates could make them accustomed to driving while distracted (if they're interested in the girl, they're probably distracted).
For balance: Women have less testosterone and are stereotypically less aggressive than men, which may prevent them from succumbing to "road rage".
Are there any studies showing that either gender is more prone to accidents?