Conventional wisdom -- and insurance companies -- say young males are the least skilled and most dangerous on the road.

But if you ask young guys, they've got a different opinion.

A new survey has found that 62 percent of young male drivers think they are more skillful than the average driver.

Not surprisingly, only 32 percent of young women said the same.

Of course, what these young men think -- and what the stats say -- are very different. Males between 17 and 29 are more than twice as likely to be killed or seriously injured as young female drivers.