Confused.com has revealed that women car insurance customers take longer to pass their driving test than males, according to a recent report. The study highlighted that women need an average of 21 driving lessons to pass their test compared to males who require an average of 17 lessons. Also the research showed that men are more likely to pass their test first time, as just 54 percent of male drivers require a second test in comparison to 57 percent of female drivers. London mayor, Boris Johnson has called for an additional element to driving tests to encourage motorists to pay more attention to additional road users, including cyclists, after a 31-year-old female became the seventh cyclist to be killed in the city this year. A spokesman for confused.com added: "For years, people have argued over whether men or women are the best drivers. "And men can now claim victory with these results showing that they are certainly the quickest learners when they get behind the wheel of the car."