Does the type of vehicle you drive define who you are?
Do you drive the vehicle of your choice or is it just a matter of getting around?
My vehicle has never, nor will ever define who I am.
In a sense I guess I could be lumped into some stereotype.
I'm a mom & I drive a mini-van.
That doesn't "make me" who I am, nor does it say anything more than I need a vehicle with more space.
What defines who I am or ,who anyone is for that matter, is what actions I take and how I choose to live my life.
Maybe not define, but it does describe you. Color even says something about the owner. Brand as well.
Yes, it does say something about you, the style, type of car you like, your favorite color, etc. There are those that have lets say...a bright yellow Ferrari, or an older Buick that needs paint...yet it doesn't really portray who they actually are.
It portrays what you will find in their home, possibly their clothes. They value money, or what can be bought with plenty of money. But a Buick that needs paint says they might have lost their money or just don't have the time for a new one.
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by ACEJames 7 years ago
It depends on what fits into my budget.
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