Women Prefer Men Who Drive Eco-Friendly Cars, According To Study
Oct 02, 2013 15:57
We're not sure how accurate this "study" is, but apparently it was carried out in the UK. The study asked some 2,000 adults what they thought about other drivers based just on their choice of car.
The findings suggests that 48 percent of men were convinced that an expensive car made them more attractive to the opposite sex.
However, 53 percent of women aren't impressed by this, in fact labeled these drivers as arrogant types. 44 percent considered them self-centered and 38 percent reckoned they were a danger on the roads.
But women found a sense a security in the classic sedan shape, and described these drivers as "hard working and safe motorists".
As for green vehicles, it looks like women appreciate men who drive them and labeled them as “conscientious, intelligent and safe motorists.”
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