The debate over whether men or women are better drivers has taken a turn for the dramatic.

A judge in Spain has ruled a driving school in the country can charge women more for lessons than men.

Using statistics from the country, Judge Javier Albar ruled "every single year, men displayed greater dexterity and better open road skills" than women did.

The school in question got in water back in 2011 after it offered men as many driving classes as they wanted for $900, while woman had to fork over $1,150 for the same deal. The school even had data which showed it took women five more lessons, on average, than men to learn how to drive.

Now, we'll just wait for statistics to determine how long it takes women in Spain to completely blow their tops when a judge rules against them.

[The Local]