Can We Guess Your Driving Style?

AUTO

Jody Mabry

5 Min Quiz

You suddenly notice that your highway exit is only 100 feet away and you are two lanes over. What do you do?

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How do you merge into fast traffic?

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You are coming up to a stop sign. What do you do?

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Your vehicle is cold in winter. How long do you wait to start driving?

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Have you ever been in a car accident?

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What does the yellow light mean?

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Someone cuts you off. What do you do?

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What kind of a car do you drive?

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How do you decorate your dash board?

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What would your personalized license plate say?

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How do you stop in the snow?

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Which weather do you hate driving in?

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What do you listen to while driving?

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Is there a food you eat while driving?

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Is your vehicle clean or dirty?

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What is something you always have in your vehicle?

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What is most likely to distract you while driving?

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How far are you willing to travel for a quick meal?

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How do you decide the best time to merge?

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Someone calls while you are driving. What do you do?

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Four vehicles are stopped at an intersection. Who goes first?

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How much space do you keep between you and the vehicle in front of you in stop-and-go traffic?

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What are you thinking about while driving?

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Where are you heading?

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How many passengers are usually in your car?

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How often do you get an oil change?

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Which shoes do you wear while driving?

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When do you fill your fuel tank?

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You're in stopped traffic. How do you amuse yourself?

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Do you enjoy road trips?

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About This Quiz

Although the automobile is barely more than 120 years old, it has transformed the landscape of the industrialized world. It has brought us all closer together, enabling us to traverse great distances in comfort and at least a decent level of safety. It has also separated us, not just by isolating us from our fellow man as we travel, but also by encouraging layouts of towns and cities that work against neighborhood cohesion, increase crime and clog up our streets. So cars have certainly been a mixed blessing to society at large. 

At the individual level, cars certainly mean different things to different people: a way to get from A to B; a place to think and to clear one's head; a form of freedom that you cannot get any other way; and a way to display one's identity to the world. People not only buy or hire a car that reflects the way they see the world, but they also use it in a way that reflects how they feel about it, how busy they are and their personality. Some people are laid-back drivers, others are hyper-aggressive, and most are broadly responsible. 

So tell us about yourself, and we'll guess how you handle yourself behind the wheel!

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