A recent survey conducted by breakdown recovery service Britannia Rescue found that 9 out of 10 women drivers are scared of being alone when the car breaks down and fearful of someone stopping to help. In fact almost 3 out of four women drivers wouldn’t want a man to stop and offer assistance.
This is hardly surprising when you imagine a female with young children, driving home with a boot of frozen food or much worse, in a car park at night when your car won’t start and everyone can hear your dilemma.
Clearly Britannia Rescue addresses these concerns for women drivers, is the Civil Service Motoring Association’s chosen scheme, is owned by Liverpool Victoria now and always does well in independent surveys too.
Female motorists who are concerned and would like to read some sensible advice can read [ FOXY’s Top Ten car breakdown tips for women drivers.
And whilst few breakdown services will want to remind you of this, a well maintained car is less likely to let you down than one that has been poorly serviced and irregularly maintained. Which is where FOXY Lady Drivers Club comes in, with its unique package of motoring and garage services specially for women drivers.