If you’re driving around in a gold BMW with vanity plates, and your car runs on sunlight, give us a call and plead your case. Someone out there is trying to sully your good name.
A used car website in the U.K. commissioned a study that looked into which types of drivers are more likely to be PSYCHOPATHS.
They asked people about their car, and had them take a 12-question test to gauge how many psychopathic tendencies they have. Here’s what they found . . .
- BMW drivers are more likely to be psychos than anyone else. Audi owners were a close second, followed by Fiat, Mazda, and Honda drivers. People with Kias, Toyotas, and Nissans ranked much lower.
- Gold is the #1 car color for people with psychopathic tendencies. Followed by brown, green, and black. People with red, silver, or white cars are less likely to be psychos.
- People with fully electric cars showed the most signs of psychopathic behavior. Hybrid drivers also ranked high. Then diesel engines. People with regular gas-powered cars are least likely to be psychos.
- Having a vanity plate could also be a sign. People with personalized plates scored more than twice as high on the test as people with normal plates.