The color of your car is something that might mean very little to most, but it’s a decision that you choose when purchasing a car. Do you believe that your car can subliminally say something about you? I do believe so, it can say something about your personality. We will go over some of the most popular car colors and the personality of owners in this article.
Owning a red car (could) mean that you love attention. Red is a color that pops, it’s seen whether you want to see it or not. People that choose to sport the red vehicle take pride in it, and want to proud-fully show it to the world. They are very confident, and I imagine that most people that own red cars are extroverted.
Owners of gray cars could be the most mature of all other car owners. Gray is seen as neutral and relaxed. They may have a strong sense of balance in their lives. Also, it would make sense that the gray car owner is also the most logical.
Green car owners are probably the most caring. They are the most environmentally-friendly car owners of the bunch. They care to see a better world for the people that are here now, and also those after them in the future. Generally, green car owners are nice.
Black cars show power, and dominance. Owners usually demonstrate this power and dominance on the road. Black car owners could be arrogant and egotistical. They are also very confident, which isn’t a bad thing at all. Black car owners like to be in control.
Blue car owners are typically calm, and trustworthy. They are usually just down to earth. They are at peace with things, and usually serve as a voice of reason. They could be a bit more introverted than other car owners. They have a good sense of order, and I would infer they are the best drivers on the road.
Owners of white cars are usually seen as pure and innocent. This could mean that owners of white cars are usually younger. They are usually nice, and hold a lot of integrity. Although, these drivers are probably the worst on the road. This is because not only are they the youngest on the road, they probably make the most mistakes.
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