Back in April of 2011, this blog ran a post about the differences in driving styles between men and women. (Men are more likely to drive drunk at 90 mph, women more likely to shear off the side of a garage wall while backing out, and so on.)
Yesterday Bruce Jenner evidently rear ended another car on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, causing the driver of that other car to spin into oncoming traffic and be killed.
Jenner was driving a large SUV and towing a dune buggy behind him. He is thought to have possibly been texting right before the accident.
The interesting question, in light of the post linked above, is if Jenner's accident was more typical of men or women?
Carelessly rear ending another car while towing a dune buggy is the type of blunder you'd associate with men. On the other hand, not being as spatially aware seems a more female trait. Texting while driving, from what I've seen, seems to be a sin committed equally by both sexes.
Take it all into account, and this unfortunate tragedy seems to represent a curious amalgam of the worst in both male and female driving styles.