There are lots of fallacies about women and driving. That they can't parallel park. That they can't handle manual transmissions (take it from us: they can, they do, and they like it). That they turn maps around when looking at maps for directions. (Okay, well, maybe sometimes). Oh, and that they don't really like cars at all. Anyway, researchers in the UK are reporting that women tend to do things like, you know, give their cars names and drive with both hands on the wheel because, unlike men, women "feel more comfortable expressing their feelings directly" and see their cars as "separate entities".