The BMW driver stereotype, techno-head, aggressive and ruthless, is once again the subject of some wacky survey.
According to a study involving more than 3,000 motorists, more than half of all drivers said they had suffered a “bad experience” involving a BMW driver. Same survey says that “drivers who own the flashy German built cars are more likely to tailgate, flick the finger and speed than anyone else on the road.”
”Although the white van man still features highly on the list, he has been well and truly over taken by BMW drivers – who Brits consider rude, dangerous and bad tempered.
BMW overtook ?white van men in the UK poll, and Audi drivers came in as second.
The survey goes on by mentioning some of the poll results and you can see the full report here.
In the mean time, we simply resemble these stereotypes, just as many others out there, and we continue to believe that temper, education and common sense are some of the factors driving “bad experiences” on the road, with less emphasize on the car being driven.
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