Men More Likely to Relate to Their Cars, Study SaysS

A UK study entitled " The Secret Life Of Cars And What They Reveal About Us" claims that men are far more likely to view their vehicle as an extension of their own being than women do, and thus are generally more irked or threatened by damage to their autos. Men also tend to adopt a more relaxed posture behind the wheel, often driving one-handed. It also notes that people are four times more likely to sing on the way to work than they are on the way home. We prefer to sing along to the original Broadway cast recording of Oklahoma!, okay? [The Electric New Paper]