What Is The Ratio of Male to Female Drivers in the UK? 14. May 2014 UKTrafficNews Driving Information, General (0) The "White Van Man" predominately male driving "professions" mean that there are a lot more male drivers than female drivers when you also take into account lorry drivers and other factors, right?A caveat here on the use of the word "profession" based on the crazy tailgating, speeding and generally dangerous driving you can see daily on UK roads by van drivers no doubt in a hurry. Apologies to those van drivers who do actually care about other road users and their safety of course you too often appear the exceptions sadly.Number of Female Drivers in the UKInterestingly the DVLA statistics show that 40% of the 29 Million or so private cars in the UK have a female registered keeper and as per the previous post cars are around 83% (2013) of licenced vehicles on the road.There has been a 72% increase of female registered keepers since 1994 compared to a rise of 21% for males in the same period.There are are now a greater % of female drivers that ever before.Ratio of Male to Females in the UKDepartment of Health statistics for 2013 show that the ratio of male to female births in the UK were approximately 51 male to 49% female which has been fairly consistent over the last six years or so at least.In 2007 statistics show there were around 61Million people in the UK of which approximately 51% were male and 49% female. The Office for National Statistics estimate the total UK population as 63.7 Million in Mid 2012 being an increase of 0.7% or around 420,000 on the previous year.