Which Color is The Right Color for your Car?by Network Auto Body Auto Body Shop in Los Angeles
When buying a new car, most car buyers do not give a thought to the relation between car colors and safety. Your choice of car color is often dictated by personal preference or consultation with your friends and family members. Sometimes, the color of car you choose is also dictated by its availability. You will rarely come across a person who tells you that he picked his car color because it is safer! No matter which color you choose, it can get damaged in a car collision. Getting your car repainted at an will restore original factory finish paint and finish of your car.
There has been a lot of evidence based on personal experiences personal that go on to show that certain car colors are more accident-prone as compared to another car colors. There is a well-circulated myth that red cars are more accident-prone as compared to other colored cars. This can be due to the fact that since red is an exciting color and most sports cars are usually offered by car manufacturers in red color. These sports cars have fast acceleration and their top speed is more than that of regular sedans. Aggressive drivers and fast cars lead to more accidents and may be it is due to this fact that red is viewed with suspicion and some kind of horror too.
Some car companies have carried out color-based research to find that whereas some colors have calming influence, there are some colors that do distract other drivers on the road. Blue, for example, is considered as a color that helps to have a calming effect on the people. On other hand, black, dark red and maroon are colors that have been found the least visible on road. In fact, these colors can actually appear invisible in your peripheral vision at certain times of the day.
Other color-based studies carried out by different car manufacturers over a period of time have found that bright yellow, silver, white, light green are the most visible colors that also involve in lesser number of accidents. Although different studies have been carried out by car manufacturers at different point of time, these appear to be inconclusive and no definite conclusions can be reached about colors and the risk associated with them. So, it can be said that all colored vehicles face equal amount of risk at different point of time in a day.
Whatever color you choose for your vehicle, it will need to be well cared and maintained so that it retains its shine and gloss over a period of time. Your car color may lose its shine due to excess exposure to harsh environmental elements such as UV rays, dust, road bug and tar, etc. It can also get damaged in a road accident. Manufacturer certified uses latest paint mixing-matching machine to accurately match your car color and it is painted by skilled and qualified car painters in a dust-free paint booth.
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