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10 Things Women Hate When Driving or They're Car PassengersFor women, it's all about courtesy whether they're driving or riding in the car. Do you agree?
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Isn't is annoying when someone implies that when a car is slow it's because it's a woman driving. It doesn't follow, guys. Here, our friends from TopGear.com.ph share the 10 pet peeves women absolutely hate when they're driving or riding as passengers--and it's pretty much on point. Tell us if you catch yourself nodding yes while you read these.
Things women hate when they're the drivers
1 Being with a backseat driver
It's irritating when you bark orders, or when you criticize her driving skills. "When I’m driving, I don’t like someone who dictates so much on how I drive, or yung masyadong ma-comment. A little safety reminder is okay, but more than that can be quite annoying."
2 Super-loud, heavy-metal rock music
Women also like good driving music when they're behind the wheel, and raucous, ear-splitting sound doesn't fall under this category. For one, they find it distracting. For another, heavy rock usually doesn't have mushy lyrics (okay, that's probably a sexist comment). "My idea of driving rock music is Maroon 5, that's it."
3 Unhygienic passengers
Be mindful of where you put your chewing-gum wrapper. And be sure to dust off your shoes before entering her car. "I'd hate it if a front-seat passenger put his feet up the dashboard."
4 Aggressive, confrontational conversations
If you have an issue with your lady driver--personal or otherwise--try to take it up with her until after you've reached your destination. It's nerve-wracking having to deal with rude bus drivers and a hostile companion at the same time. "Just not while I'm driving, please. I tend to get rattled. It's not safe for the both of us."
Unlike most men, women are generally punctual. They don't like disregarding road safety just to get to a place much faster. "If I wanted to arrive at my destination early, I'd give ample allowance to my travel time. It's also more relaxing that way. Traffic is already too stressful as it is; I don't want to keep thinking of the people waiting for me at a meeting."
Things women hate when they're the passengers
6 Reckless driving
Look, women are not impressed with your Formula 1-style driving. Relax. They want you to observe the traffic rules. They want you to be safe. "I really hate it when the driver counter-flows."
7 Braking suddenly and often
Have you ever ridden with a driver who does that? It's nauseating, right? Well, women don't like it, too. "I hate it when the driver keeps braking or brakes for no reason at all. Nakakahilo."ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
8 Strong car scent
Take it from us: You can't go wrong with mild citrus air fresheners. "I hate OA car fresheners. Some even have two in the cabin, like you can’t smell anything else but the air freshener. Who likes those?"
9 Road rage
If you think you look Conor McGregor-tough to your lady passenger every time you scream at another driver, you're wrong. That's a huge turnoff. On the contrary, it gives her an idea of how you will be like somewhere down the road of your relationship. "What's up with all the macho posturing? Hello? If I wanted to date a brawler, I would have scoured a tough neighborhood in Pasay instead."
10 Lack of female-friendly items
Be considerate of your lady companion for she has special needs. Stock up on wet wipes, for instance. Or some dental floss. "For me, I hate it when my smartphone's battery is running low and there's no car charger."
Thank you to Topgear.com.ph's industry friends who took the time to answer their last-minute survey: Jade Sison of Toyota Motor Philippines; Sherlyn Co of Mazda Philippines; Kat Lanot of Honda Cars Philippines; and Therese Sarmiento of Nissan Philippines.
This article originally appeared in Topgear.com.ph.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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