Female Driver Gallery
Women have been driving for centuries, but only recently has their presence in the driver's seat become more prominent
Choose from 181 items in our Female Driver Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts
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Media Storehouse is a leading provider of Art Prints and Photo Gifts since 2004, working in partnership with a range of Sporting Clubs, Charities, Museums and Picture Libraries. A large share of profits from any of their images will go directly towards supporting that charity or club.
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Women have been driving for centuries, but only recently has their presence in the driver's seat become more prominent. In recent years, women have made great strides in the automotive industry and are now leading the way as drivers. Women are increasingly taking on roles as professional drivers, from taxi drivers to race car drivers and are becoming more involved in the design and engineering of cars, with many female engineers and designers working on new technologies that will make driving safer and more efficient for everyone. Women are also playing a larger role in auto sales, with many dealerships now hiring female salespeople to help customers find the right car for them. In addition to their presence behind the wheel, women are also making an impact on road safety by advocating for better laws and regulations that protect all motorists from dangerous driving practices. Women-led organizations such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) work tirelessly to reduce drunk driving fatalities by raising awareness about its dangers and advocating for tougher penalties against those who choose to drive while impaired. Overall, women have come a long way when it comes to being represented behind the wheel of a car or truck—and they're not done yet. As more women continue to break barriers in automotive industries around the world, we can expect even greater advances in road safety and technology that will benefit all motorists—regardless of gender—in years ahead.