The secret meaning behind your car

A car isn’t just something you drive, it can reveal a lot about your personality but it can also say a lot about your driving skills. For most people, when choosing a car you tend to pick one that fits who you think you are, who you want to be and how you want other people to see you. 

The car you choose to drive can also give others on the road good and bad impressions of your driving. A survey carried out recently by LeaseCar UK revealed what 1,000 UK residents considered to be the type of car a bad driver would own, what car an angry driver would own and what car good looking drivers own. 

What car does a bad driver own?

  1. BMW
  2. Audi
  3. Mercedes

What car does an angry driver own?

  1. BMW
  2. Mercedes
  3. Audi

What car do good looking people own?

  1. Mercedes
  2. Audi
  3. BMW

The survey results show that people consider BMW, Audi and Mercedes to be the angriest and worse drivers, making the top 3 for each category, so we’ve decided to look at the personality traits of someone who would own each of these cars. 

BMW drivers

Those who own a BMW consider themselves to be very knowledgeable and think that foreign cars are better quality. BMW drivers love going to the gym and enjoy trendy bars and restaurants as well as keeping up with the latest fashion. 

Audi drivers

Audi drivers are generally younger and live in a city. They consider themselves to be on trend with most things, whether it’s music, TV or fashion. People who own Audis like to think of themselves as active and daring.

Mercedes drivers

It’s no surprise that Mercedes drivers topped the list for being good looking as they like to keep a healthy lifestyle by staying active and eating well. They enjoy premium products and services and like to spend time online more than watching TV. 

Do you agree with the survey results and the personality traits of each of these cars? Or perhaps you own a BMW, Audi or Mercedes, or know someone who does? Let us know in the comments if you think these results are accurate or way off.