Going to the auto shop can be an intimidating experience for anyone. You can oftentimes feel vulnerable, lacking the detailed automotive knowledge that allows mechanics to overcharge, and at times, even frighten you.
While it can be a daunting experience for both men and women, it turns out when it comes to the pocketbook, women end up shelling out more, as cited in a study by Northwestern University researchers. For example, if a repair actually cost 365 dollars, a woman would be quoted a price that was 13 dollars higher; men were quoted a price that was 10 dollars lower.
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