I've seen this in advertisements as a positive point when a car is being sold. Since generally girls are involved in fewer accidents don't drive the crap out of their cars and so forth . I'm currently living with three girls and we ended up talking about cars one night. One of them never gets her car serviced. One time she got a puncture and only noticed when the tyre was actually slapping up against the window. Another one drove her car to the point that the clutch catastrophically failed completely ignoring any indications something was wrong. I don't think either of them would check oil/water levels etc at all. There was couple of other similar stories as well. When I heard this I was pretty much like ----> While guys are more likely to be in accidents and give cars abuse, any guy that I know would also preform basic checks (tyre pressure oil etc) and get the car serviced when it's due one. All that being said I do know a guy who drove a VW polo to near destruction (he needed the car but couldn't really afford the running costs and it got to a stage where he didn't really give a crap) and my sister would keep her car in good running condition. All I'm saying when I hear that a women was the previous owner of a car it's not going to have a positive sway on my decision on whether to buy it.