Reckless young male drivers run riot on UAE roads


* Emirati men blamed for high car accident rate, study shows * Women, Arab expats respect speed limits more By Martina Fuchs DUBAI, Jan 27 (Reuters Life!) - A young male culture that views speeding, tailgaiting, cutting off cars and other reckless behaviour behind the wheel as manly is behind high accident rates in the United Arab Emirates, a new report said. The driving habits of young male Emiratis sparked an outcry last year when several were caught on camera spinning and skidding ...

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