What Color is Your Car? What Does it Say About You?
The color car you drive actually says a lot about who you are to your friends, family, co-workers, potential dates and clients. There is some indication that the color car you drive can have as much impact on that "first impression" as the make and model.
A red car indicates that you are full of yourself. You are a "hey look at me" kind of individual and you are at least a little obnoxious. If you are thinking of buying a red car keep in mind that red cars still have the highest rate of theft and the highest insurance rates than any other color vehicle.
An orange vehicle is exceedingly hard to find. If you have an orange car you most likely are a Cleveland Browns fan. You usually have a bumper sticker that says "Wait til next year".
There aren't too many yellow cars on the road either, but a few companies do put them out; think the Ford Focus and VW Bug for instance. If you drive a yellow car you are cowardly. You don't care that the resale value of your car took a big hit the moment you drove it off the lot.
Green is the color of nature. It's also the color of the stuff you spent way too much of to own it. The person who chooses a green car is going to be paying for it long after the thrill is gone.
If your car is dark blue you are likely a very depressed person. Depressed because every time you turn around, you're wiping bird crap off the hood, roof and trunk lid. Rather than stand out, you wish it would blend in.
This is the color of the Minnesota Vikings. See orange (above) for rest of details.
There are few pink cars out there, but they can be found. If you have a pink car, you're likely to be treated with disdain by those who are not in the gay community (not that there's anything wrong with that). You like to smile and that's what gets you into trouble.
If you have a brown car that signifies that you are nuts. You are a menace to yourself and to those around you. You are obviously not getting enough delivery stops and something should be done to correct that immediately.
A slick black car is the epitome of power and authority. Think CIA or Secret Service. If you have a black car, you are sending the message that you are a target for the "insurgent of the month club".
There are many white cars on the road. What they say about their owners has a lot to do with their upkeep. A clean white car shows that you are probably in management and have nothing better to do than get your car washed. A dirty white car makes you most likely a delivery driver who is overdispatched daily and can't find the time for such trivial pursuits.
Although gray often represents the dreary and depressing in clothes, furniture and paint, that is not the case with your gray car. A gray car is a comfortable one. It represents stability and self-reliance. There's nothing funny about a gray car or the person who owns one.
Silver cars represent prestige, wealth and luxury. It also represents sucking up, backstabbing and laziness. The newer and shinier the car, the more this will come across.
A gold car represents wealth and pride. If you have a gold car, you likely want to be noticed. You want people to think you do not lack financially and that you are independent.
Disclaimer: These are just generalizations and may not describe all owners accurately.