From the moment boys get to about 4 all they think about is cars, and how cool they are. I can remember as a child collecting Corgi cars, and was so envious of my father and how he could drive. The moment I was of age I went for my driving test and the rest as they say is history. Now many years later we know that a car is more than just a tool to get you to and from work, it is very personal to you. What your car says about you can be both a benefit and a hindrance, and just remember that the brand matters.
Now we are not saying that all women are shallow, but there are still those out there who see a guy in a big sports car and love it. However, more classy women look out for luxury brands. Having said that, men do the same. If they see a guy in a certain car they will be thinking all kinds of things, and most of them are not appropriate to post on this website.
The person who offers the most honest view about what car you drive is Jeremy Clarkson; again he has some very strange views. Drivers who have a Mercedes-Benz means that you wish to tell people that you are proud and can afford things like this. However, this is not always the case, I own one and I am not a proud person at all.
Now if you have a BMW it means that you love to keep up with what is hot, but also means that a Merc is just out of reach. If you have a Toyota it means that you are happy and you do not need to show off and buy an expensive car to prove it.
For us the worst drivers on the streets are those who own convertibles. They tend to be show-offs who will have that roof down even when it is cold. Maybe most of them know that when they put the roof up the car becomes so ugly — only those with a hardtop will not mind driving with it up in the rain.
Now we know that some of you will laugh at this, and some will take offensive, but for more on what a car says about you visit Kachepa360, who tells you how it is.
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