When we are planning to buy a car, whether it is used or brand new, we usually care about specific mechanical conditions, safety, comfort and some other subjective and objective variables. However, is the color a crucial factor within the decision making process?  Have you ever wonder how your car’s color can positively or negatively impact your risk of collision?

Well, it seems color is important factor to keep in mind.  Your car’s color could make it clearly visible to other drivers and pedestrians, however safety also depends on other factors such as: Weather and road conditions, age and experience of the driver just to mention a few of them.

The below is the proposed list of car colors arranged from the safest to the most dangerous, using the results of a study carried out by the Monash University Accident Research Centre in Melbourne:

white (safest)
pink
maroon
yellow
blue
cream
mauve
red
green
gold
brown
fawn
silver
orange
grey
black (most dangerous)

If your car is among the not so safe colors, don’t be deceived by statistics as it was said, not all factors involved in an accident are only related to the vehicle’s color. But you can keep it in mind next time you buy a new one!

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