Three in Five People Have Named Their Car . . . and Most Gave It a Female Name
According to a survey by Automotive.com, three out of five people have given their car a NAME.
Most of us seem to think our car is a female. Female names for cars included Cindy . . . Bessie . . . Betty Jean . . . Lucy . . . Matilda . . . and Smurfette. Bob . . . Don . . . Kitt . . . and Son of a B were the most popular male names listed.
One in six people said that they’d be okay with passengers SMOKING in their car. But one in three smokers said they DON’T let passengers light up . . . and 6% of non-smokers DO let their passengers smoke.
92% of people say they always wear a seatbelt . . . 80% of people with kids, and 75% of people without kids require their passengers to wear one.
One in five people got their first car at age 16. One in six got it younger than age 16 . . . and 15% of people have NEVER owned their own car.