Men have lots more accidents than women. Men have nearly twice as many accidents. That is what counts. That is what the hospitals, the insurance companies, the fatality rates, the body shops care about - men are the best customers because bottom line: men have many more accidents than females.
As far as trying to lie/change the question into a bogus question with statistics by using a “miles driven” qualifier, that is a devious tactic to give misleading information at best.
It is a complete fallacy to say that accidents are a function of miles driven.
First of all,the question was not who gets the most accidents per mile. Secondly, who cares what the “per mile” accident rate is? Certainly insurance companies dont care. The primary concern of the insurance company is the probability of a male of a female getting into a car accident. The secondary concern of an insurance company is which sex will get into a serious car accident with a lot of damage, and again, males have twice as many serious heavy damage accidents. You will not get any discount from an insurance company if you get into 10 accidents, but try to discount your bad driving by telling the insurance company that you drove a lot of miles in order to get into 10 accidents. Ditto for speeding tickets - the court does not give a darn if you drive 5 or 50 miles a day if you are getting a speeding ticket every week.
Lastly, even if you wanted to look at accidents per miles driven, it is not a straight line projection. One cannot just extrapolate by multiplying fictional miles. In other words, females might not get into “any” additional accidents if they drove twice as many miles as they currently do. Accidents can be more common on short trips instead of long trips. The current disproportionate “type” of driving currently being done by females might be composed more of short trips where lots of accidents happen. Person X who drives double the miles of person Y per month, may or may not get into twice as many accidents.