It may be an outdated idea, but apparently some people are still complaining about women being lousy drivers! A recent Australian study tested 198 female drivers and found that the women who were made aware of the "lady driver" stereotype performed poorly on a simulated driving test. Somehow, the results of this study got interpreted as evidence of an on-road gender war in an article in today's Telegraph, which claims that overly-critical men cause women to drive poorly. But doesn't any vocal distraction make it difficult to concentrate on the road? (Mom, I'm talking to you.) [Telegraph]