I Know Exactly Where I am Darling, Honest
Date: Friday, August 20 @ 20:30:56 UTC

pocketgpsworld.comA study by car insurers Sheilas' Wheels reports that the average male drives an extra 276 miles per year as a result of being lost compared to women's 256 miles.

The survey also found that 26 per cent of men wait for at least half an hour before asking for directions and 12 per cent actually refuse point blank to ask a stranger for help.

The research also claimed that over 55s have the best sense of direction. Those surveyed admitted to getting lost just 26 times a year on average. The average motorist under 25 - what Sheilas' Wheels refer to as the "sat-nav generation" - gets lost an embarrassing 37 times a year.

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