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Which Types of Cars Are Most Aggressive on the Road?

Freshwire 2013/03/11 15:56:09
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What does your car say about your personality? In reality, maybe it doesn't say much. But do people ever assume things about your personality just based on the vehicle your drive? Maybe they assume you're a tough guy because you drive a truck, or that you're an aggressive driver because you own a bright sports car.

We want to get the public's impression of different types of cars to find out what cars say (or appear to say) about their drivers. Be sure to take the full 8-question poll when you get a chance!
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  • Avi Rosen 2013/03/14 11:59:38
    Expensive
    Avi Rosen
    +1
    Many of them drive as if by buying an expensive vehicle, they bought road owning shares too...
  • Bluebirdie747 2013/03/14 11:10:50
    Expensive
    Bluebirdie747
    They are scary because they're too speedy and they're showing off their wealth so when around them, they might suddenly over take you when they feel like that some average person is threatening their fancy. scary speedy wealth suddenly feel average person threatening fancy
  • HipJipC 2013/03/14 10:21:07
    I haven't noticed a trend
    HipJipC
    +3
    Haven't noticed any aggressive cars but they sure carry around a lot of aggressive people. And aggressive people drive all different kinds of vehicles.
  • kelsieilesha 2013/03/14 10:19:30 (edited)
    I haven't noticed a trend
    kelsieilesha
    +5
    It's the asshats INSIDE that have the road agression... not the cars. lmao



    And to the people that are saying truck drivers are inconsiderate, bad drivers, ect...

    Have you ever actually driven a truck? Do you know how hard it is to drive a truck? Do you know how hard it is to stop a truck? No. No. and No.

    My dad drove a dump truck for a living his entire life. Not once was he ever in an accident, nor did he ever cause one.

    I've seen more people cut trucks off than vise versa.
  • Carlo kelsiei... 2013/03/14 15:16:22
    Carlo
    You only need to have a truck run up your ass once, to never do it again, whether by death or by default.
  • Deirdra kelsiei... 2013/03/14 23:29:12
    Deirdra
    +2
    My aunt and uncle used to team drive 18 wheelers and the stories they have of asses cutting them off and swerving in front of them is ridicules. They never once caused and accident. It was always the cars around them.
  • Jackie 2013/03/14 06:57:21
    Big
    Jackie
    +2
    SUVs and trucks are often rude at intersections. They often pull up too far when in the center or left lane and don't give a flying fig if a person making a right turn at a stop sign or red light can see around their big vehicle to proceed to make a right turn.
  • donnaisabella239 2013/03/14 06:39:49 (edited)
    Big
    donnaisabella239
    +1
    Big bullies or is it the people that drive them? At one time I was sure I could tell the personality of a driver by the way they drove regardless of what car they drove.
  • joe mauro 2013/03/14 06:36:49
    Expensive
    joe mauro
  • kawaii crafter 2013/03/14 06:34:33
    Big
    kawaii crafter
    Yes big they cut in front
  • mihai71 2013/03/14 06:28:50
    Expensive
    mihai71
    +2
    The ones with stupid drivers.
  • nicesteve 2013/03/14 06:25:23
    I haven't noticed a trend
    nicesteve
    +3
    It's the cat behind the wheel, that's aggressive. Not the individual vehicle.
  • Cordell Bennett 2013/03/14 05:43:28 (edited)
  • duke59@juno.com 2013/03/14 05:07:05
    Old
    duke59@juno.com
    I drive a 1983 full-sized E-150 van. Tare weight: 4400# With gas & crap: abt 4700# I'm not an aggressive driver unless the situation warrants decisive action. That said: With 4400+ #'s of Detroit steel, I've got a decent chance of "winning" in a wreck. Another reason not to be an aggressive driver is GAS MILEAGE. With the older van, I get maybe 8-10 mpg. Gas at $3.30/gallon adds up pretty quick!!

    There are some people that may think: With an older vehicle, "I don't have that much to lose" as opposed to driving a newer (2003 + newer) vehicle.
  • Cordell... duke59@... 2013/03/14 05:45:41
    Cordell Bennett
    +1
    That sucks I have to pay about $3.78 here for my truck and $4.08 for my car
  • Avi Rosen Cordell... 2013/03/14 12:14:58
    Avi Rosen
    +1
    Don't cry, I'm paying out of no choice!
    Over 1.55 $ per Liter which makes about 5.9$ per Gallon...
    These are the petrol prices in the country I'm in !
  • Carlo duke59@... 2013/03/14 15:19:46
    Carlo
    Where the hell is gas $3.30 a gallon
  • Cordell... Carlo 2013/03/15 23:45:21
    Cordell Bennett
    +1
    You wouldn't believe some of the prices. Last year in Ohio (where I'm from) there were two gas stations in a price war. The lowest was $2.85. I waited in line for 20 minutes to get my truck filled for less than $60
  • Carlo Cordell... 2013/03/18 16:21:49
    Carlo
    Lucky you.
  • kdalexander 2013/03/14 04:24:47
    I haven't noticed a trend
    kdalexander
    +1
    None. Cars are cars; they can't be aggressive. As far as what kinds of cars aggressive drivers tend to drive? It's not like they all drive the same kinds of cars.
  • Kenneth Huang 2013/03/14 04:13:53
    I haven't noticed a trend
    Kenneth Huang
    +3
    I didn't know cars had personalities.
  • LibertyAndJusticeForAll 2013/03/14 03:33:47
    Big
    LibertyAndJusticeForAll
    +1
    I was almost mowed down by an Escallade and a Ram on different occasions. They seem to be the ones who throw their weight around the hardest.
  • Jessica 2013/03/14 03:22:51
    Small
    Jessica
    Most of the time when I see a car being dodgy in traffic and speeding, it's a little one that thinks it can fit anywhere on the road.
  • blumunofky 2013/03/14 03:13:22
    Old
    blumunofky
    Assuming the cars run reasonably well, old beaters seem to me to be operated in an aggressive manner. Often, parents get their kids junkers while they're perfecting (?) their driving skills. For others (sometimes who have an axe to grind and have no better means of self-expression than permanent road rage), it's just the best they can afford and have nothing to lose.
  • alex 2013/03/14 03:11:38
  • Claybern 2013/03/14 02:54:55 (edited)
    I haven't noticed a trend
    Claybern
    +7
    Cars are not aggressive, people are who drive them. The same goes for guns.
  • garyt212 Claybern 2013/03/17 04:33:15
  • ZERO 2013/03/14 02:35:11
    I haven't noticed a trend
    ZERO
    +4
    You have to watch out for those old Plymouth Furys...

    STEVEN KING CHRISTINE
  • Leasheryn/Lady Willpower 2013/03/14 01:54:00
    Big
    Leasheryn/Lady Willpower
  • evangelism_vision 2013/03/14 01:46:04
    Old
    evangelism_vision
  • kevin.egounis 2013/03/14 00:37:09
    I haven't noticed a trend
    kevin.egounis
    +2
    the one with he nut behind the wheal .
  • Kozmo 2013/03/14 00:33:54
    I haven't noticed a trend
    Kozmo
    +2
    Member of the NAA, The National Automotive Association,

    "Cars Don't Kill, Drivers Do"
  • cranejumper 2013/03/14 00:10:56
    Small
    cranejumper
    eh
  • Jewellery Gal 2013/03/13 23:58:59
  • Spence 2013/03/13 23:33:41 (edited)
    Big
    Spence
    Big SUVs, especially expensive luxury ones, can to be pretty aggressive sometimes, I guess. There's also the ever so popular BMW driver stereotype. But I'd actually skip the list and say commercial trucks, especially 18-wheelers.
  • Kozmo Spence 2013/03/14 01:07:40
    Kozmo
    +1
    Taxi & bus drivers are 'taking liberties' here, giving bad ideas to the others.
    Also, why do police pull people over or park in bus stops?
  • Spence Kozmo 2013/04/03 01:53:18
    Spence
    They're not so bad where I live, but I bet in the city they're terrible. And again, there aren't really any bus stops around here, so I wouldn't know.
  • Kozmo Spence 2013/04/03 05:09:28
    Kozmo
    Be grateful, guess there's not much cell phone coverage where you live, most drivers (& pedestrians) are ELSEWHERE. I've spent my entire life in a (sub]urban environment, rather eccentric too. Don't think Smallville would tolerate me, but don't wanna be a hermit in a cabin either
  • Spence Kozmo 2013/04/13 00:31:21
    Spence
    +1
    Oh no, there's cell coverage. I live right about at the outer edge of the Philadelphia-area suburbs, right off the PA Turnpike. It's mostly housing developments and strip-malls, with a few corn fields left over that haven't been developed; basically your typical suburbia. The only buses you really see are school buses and the occasional coach bus, and cabs (not counting limousines) are nonexistent. And everything's way too spaced out for foot-pedestrians, although you do have recreational bicyclists around here.
  • cottineyedjoe 2013/03/13 23:29:10
    I haven't noticed a trend
    cottineyedjoe
    +2
    Usually the ones with the jerks driving, or me.

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