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Guys, you may consider yourselves expert drivers, but consider this: You're significantly more likely than women to drive dangerously and while distracted, which leads to about 80% of car crashes.
Drive smarter and safer by answering these five questions before you get behind the wheel again.
A blood alcohol level of 0.05—the equivalent of two drinks for a 160-pound man—impairs driving as much as staying awake for 18 hours straight. Wait at least an hour after a drink to drive. (Do you often have one too many? Check out 6 Sneaky Signs You Drink Too Much.)
Men drive and dial more often. That reduces attention to driving by 37%, found one study. Research suggests that hands-free devices aren't safer, so pull over first.
You're more likely to floor it than women, which reduces the effectiveness of safety features such as antilock brakes, says Fred Mannering, PhD, professor of civil engineering at Purdue University. So ease off the gas.
Almost half of male drivers—45%—report eating or drinking while driving, which can slow reaction time by about 44%, one study found. Snack while safely parked instead.
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