How your choices in cars reflect your personality
Cars have become an integral part of our society. Intended to be used as a means of getting from point A to point B, automobiles have expanded their use in today’s society.
This article discusses several points about choosing a car and personality. Cars have long since ceased to be tools that take us from one point to another, but have transformed into status symbols and reflect the values and personality of the driver.
People often judge a person by the car they drive. If you’re getting out of a Bentley, for example, you’ll earn a lot of respect from almost anyone who sees you get out of the car.
The condition and appearance of your vehicle extended the mantra of your discipline, reflected in how you wore your clothes. Being seen parking a dirty car is the equivalent of going to the office in a disheveled suit. Similarly, stepping out of a perfectly detailed car is the prim and proper look that many office managers are known for.
In fact, these days what you drive contributes more to your reputation than what you wear. Studies show that riding reflects a person’s personality more than clothes. Cars stopped being tools and moved into the realm of lifestyle.
Playboys want fast-looking coupes, while dads opt for minivans. Buicks are said to cater to drivers who are less internet-savvy than Honda, which has a mostly digital age group of buyers.
This trend even extends to driving tendencies. Sports car owners tend to be a little less patient at stoplights than station wagon drivers. The gigantic dimensions of some SUVs make their owners harass smaller vehicles in rush hour traffic.
Brands like Lexus tend to be bought by wealthy and well-educated owners. Apart from this demographic, the brand mainly caters to married couples. This reflects stability and a more relaxed personality for buyers.
Your choices in the car you drive largely reflect your personality. Stop thinking of your car as something that is transported from one place to another, but be very careful when choosing a car. You may not think it matters, but your peers will judge your personality by the car you drive.
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