411 Pain Women & Cars
411 Pain – Women & Cars
Throughout history women have been considered the weaker sex, timid, frail and unable to accomplish a thing without the help of a man. Although women never had a restriction on driving back in the early 1900s, many of them were keepers of the home and had no desire to adventure into a four wheel apparatus. Things have changed over time. Now women have fully joined the workforce and their contributions are making our world a better place. Dial 1-800-411-PAIN for help regarding an accident at work or if you have any questions about the legal process of accident lawsuits.
In the early 1900s husbands were mostly the only bread winners. Women usually stayed at home raising their children and doing household chores. Cars were really expensive back then. There were other things more important than owning a new vehicle. It was not until the 1920s that cars became affordable. The first American woman licensed to drive a vehicle in the 1900s was Anne Rainsford French. Later, during World War II, women were forced to join the workforce. The bread winners were gone to fight other battles. It was time to man up.
For some reason, cars are often photographed with attractive women next to them. Apparently, these cars are not charming enough on their own. Whatever the reason, women are not machines like some institutions would like to think. Unlike cars, they can think and bleed. Contact 411 PAIN if you become the victim of a car accident in the state of Florida. We have offices in Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Ocala, Orlando, Tampa, Clearwater, Fort Myers, Naples, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale or Miami.