Audi and Fiat round out the Top 3.
The results were tabulated via a 12-question survey by 2,000 drivers.
EV drivers are really bad.
Road rage, or other driving-related unsavory behaviour, is a problem, and an increasing one at that. Although it can happen at any time, occasionally it’s predictable as a recent study has just determined.
Data compiled by Scrap Car Comparison shows that drivers driving certain brands are more likely to exhibit abnormal anti-social behaviour and behave like psychopaths. The results reveal that BMW drivers are the worst offenders.
The study took the form of a survey administered to 2,000 drivers of varying car makes and models and included 12 questions that are capable of defining where a person falls on the psychopathy scale.
Respondents’ results were ranked on a scale of zero (no psychopathy) to 36 (psychopathy likely) with respondents averaging 6.6 on the scale. BMW drivers scored nearly twice the average at 12.1 and were closely followed by Audi drivers at 11.7.
Beyond makes and models, EV drivers were found to have the highest levels of psychopathic personality traits and behaviours, scoring 16 out of 36…
Here are the top 10 brand drivers with the most psychopathic tendencies:
|Rank||Car brand||Average psychopathy score (/36)|