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If You Drive An Expensive Car You're Most Likely A Knob, Scientists Say




A new study has found that drivers of expensive brand name cars are less likely to stop and allow people to cross the road and for every grand that their vehicle is worth the chances of them slowing down decreases by 3%.

Researchers from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas have concluded that people with fancy cars "felt a sense of superiority over other road users" and find it hard to connect with people that chose to walk places.




According to CNN, a Finnish study backs up the finds, publishing results that found that men who own flashy vehicles are more likely to be "argumentative, stubborn, disagreeable and unempathetic."