By Pauline Askin SYDNEY, July 30 (Reuters Life!) - Most Australian men don't like being a passenger while their wife or girlfriend is driving, with a survey showing some would even file for divorce if their partner corrected their automotive know-how in public. Nearly 3,000 people took part in the online, tongue-in-cheek poll by automotive magazine Top Gear Australia, which called it a "highly scientific manliness survey". Only 15 percent said they would feel relaxed if their partner ...
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