There are many ways in which you can convey to the public in general the type of person you are. You do this by wearing certain clothes and jewelry, the way you pop your collar up, in the tattoos you sport and in the way you walk. You also send a message about yourself by the type of vehicle you drive.

There is no doubt about it. And as you get older, you tend to buy vehicles for emotional reasons, so it becomes quite obvious the type of personality you have. We really see this with men in their 30s and 40s suffering a mid-life crisis.

Car cliches exist for a reason, it is because they have been proven time and time again. Just so you know, you are telling the world all about yourself with your choice of vehicle. Clear Vision Auto Glass, your windshield repair service in New Jersey, offer what your vehicle says about you.

The Sensible Hatchback

If we were to all buy a car that we need as opposed to a vehicle that we want, then most of us would be cruising around in Mazda 3s, Toyota Corollas and Honda Civics. These cars offer us the space we need, the safety features we desire and decent enough gas mileage. For the most part, these cars do everything rather well and are very reliable.

The only drawback is that these cars aren’t terribly exciting and, well, rather boring.

So the type of people you will see driving these cars are practical, sensible and don’t put a whole lot of emphasis on being stylish.

Small SUV

There isn’t anything more pointless than a small SUV. Well, except decaffeinated coffee and non-alcoholic beer. The reason you buy one of these is because you really wanted a big SUV, but couldn’t justify buying one or just couldn’t afford it. So you wound up with a small SUV that has less trunk space than a Honda Civic.

The only positives are that you do sit up higher and look a little more rugged in your small SUV.

Huge SUV

You bought the huge SUV with a vision of climbing mountain trails in it and crossing frozen streams. The reality is that you will never take it off the paved road.

What you bought into was the idea that you are a rugged person with a love for open spaces. What you really are is a timid and shy person far shorter than you want to be. You might be small in life, but you sit high on your throne in your huge SUV.

The Convertible

Owning a convertible car is both illogical and impractical. And you didn’t buy it because you love the feeling of sunshine on your skin and wind flowing through your hair. You don’t have hair, or much of it anymore. You bought the convertible because of the looks on other people’s faces when you drive by. Really, it is all about image.

Whichever type of vehicle you drive, bring it to Clear Vision Auto Glass for chip repair.