Davenport Run - Saturday July 13, 2024

Join the Norcal Minis club for an epic drive from San Jose through the scenic Santa Cruz Mountains! Enjoy stunning vistas and wine tasting a...

Men More Stressed Out In Traffic Jams Than Women

Acording to a recent study by satnav firm TomTom, recounted by autoevolution, men's stress levels are seven times higher than a woman's when stuck in heavy traffic. The study checked the saliva in drivers' mouths for levels of stress chemicals while in a traffic jam. The levels for women in the study increased by 8.7 per cent while stuck behind the wheel - but for men shot up by no less than 60 percent. Conversely, women are more stressed when it comes to parking.