THE latest RAA Insurance figures revealed women cause less car crashes than men in South Australia.
The data showed males made more “at fault” insurance claims than females on a per capita basis.
In the past 12 months, men were responsible for 54pc of collisions compared to 46pc of women.
The figures come as the state’s road toll showed 52 men have died in the first eight months of this year compared to 33 at the same time last year.
In contrast, State Government figures show the number of women who died in the same period decreased from 20 to 16.
RAA Insurance senior manager claims Hayley Cain said men run greater risks on the road, with police figures showing