What Your Car Says About You

What Your Car Says About You

Just like your clothes speak volumes about your personality, your car shows the world, or at least anyone on the road, what kind of a person you truly are. So let us break down what you portray to people on the road.

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If you drive an Audi, let’s just say people think of you as stuck-up, douchebag. I mean that in a nice way. But you guys kind of do go way too fast for everyone on the road.


What was once the uncool, antisocial car has now become the cool kid on the block. People tend to stare at these aesthetically pleasing cars and you definitely enjoy the attention.

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Driven by young tai tai’s trying to make their mani-pedi on time.


People are going to mistake you for an Uber driver. But we all know, once you go Toyota, there is no going back.

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For anyone who don’t give a sh*t about the environment, but care a lot about their masculine image.

People who use Carmen tend to be seen an sensible and safe individuals! Carmen gives you information about your car’s vital performance stats and alerts you if there’s a problem, before something bad happens. More info at Carmen.sg

Rolls Royce

Congratulations for being the elite few in the world. Mostly owned by rich, old businessmen who never reveal they actually own one of these bad boys.

Cars are truly the windows to your soul. At least people on the road tend to think that, especially if you are driving a Rolls Royce.

Written by: Merryl

H/T: Daily Mail  


Disclaimer: Information in this article is not guaranteed to be accurate and is not exhaustive. Content is based on writer’s subjective opinions.


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