"A woman from New Zealand drove almost 200 miles while asleep at the wheel and even sent text messages from her mobile phone."
Do you need proof that Miami has the worst driving conditions of any city in these here United States? Check this morning's accident reports. Apart from "Dead man in street blocking traffic at Biscayne Blvd. and 79th St." (!!??), there are 13 other car accidents, including two hit and runs. Let's see how lunchtime goes!
This local news piece about a service you call when you're too tanked up to drive yourself home that sends a man on a tiny scooter to escort you back in your own automobile is, I guess, interesting enough as it goes, but you'll want to pay special attention at about the 1:55 mark where there is an important aside that is delivered in the most bizarrely cheerful fashion. I guess we all make amends in our own ways.
"A joint study by researchers at the University of Warwick and the University of Georgia in the US found evidence that self belief was important for a woman’s performance in spatial tasks which might naturally favour men. It suggested that confidence-knocking jokes were likely to reduce a woman’s performance behind the wheel while they performed better when it was boosted, the study suggested." This article helpfully includes a list of sexist jokes that you can use to reduce the confidence of the women in your life.