By Zoe Samuel on March 12, 2018
No one in Canada wears Crocs in the winter. Fur coats don't work in southern Spain. If you live in the United Kingdom, you own at least two umbrellas. These truisms point to how living in a place determines the shape and scope of one's lifestyle.
Owning a car is one of the biggest investments people make. It's a choice reflective of personality, style, and aspiration. It's also a very practical choice made with the full knowledge of the local roads, weather, and family or professional needs.
It would make no sense to drive a Ford F150 Raptor in New York City, and even less to drive a Toyota Prius on a farm in rural Canada. The choice of a car is as personal as the clothes we wear and as practical as the houses we live in.
Still, vehicles express something deeper about us and how we want to feel. After all, if you just want to get from point A to point B, you don't need anything fancy, yet people still by fancy cars, trucks, and minivans.
So take this quiz, answer a few simple questions about where you live, and we will use our vast knowledge of geography and automotive technology to say what car you drive!