Men are reluctant to ask for directions, so much so that they’re willing to clock up unnecessary mileage – 900 miles to be specific, researchers say.
Once they’ve realized their lost, only 6% check a map or ask for help to avoid extra mileage. And 14% are so stubborn that they soldier on until they find an alternative route, rather than admit they are wrong.
Do you ask for directions if you’re lost on the roads? Or would you rather drive around until you find your way?