This survey comes from England, posted in Torque News  . . . but since American men are clearly manlier than British men, it's got to be true over here too.

According to the survey, the majority of men . . . just over 50% . . . say that they find it easier to maintain their car than their relationship.

Here are some other things the survey found . . .

10% say they sometimes find themselves more captivated by the curves on cars than the curves on their partner.

14% talk more about their cars than their partner.  Only 3% of women admitted the same thing.

Spending money on a car makes the average guy three time happier than spending money on his partner.

And finally, if they had to get rid of their car or end their relationship . . . 8% would choose their car over their partner.

Is this really true?