Late last year, USA Today reported that most popular car colors worldwide for 2013 were white, silver, and black.
I was wondering: why wouldn’t more people want their cars to be brighter colors, say, red, or turquoise, or neon green? Perhaps the choice of a neutral color suggests that drivers want to blend in with traffic, so to speak, and not stand out or be particularly memorable. Again, why? Perhaps people like white, silver, and black cars. Or maybe there is another reason: some drivers simply hope that law enforcement doesn’t notice them as they cruise down the highways and byways of Arizona.
Just because the most popular car color choices are neutral hues, this doesn’t mean a neutral-colored vehicle is going to provide protective camouflage, so to speak, if the driver is impaired. There is no camouflage for DUI. A seemingly bland-looking car is not going to help anyone get away with driving while impaired. It may work in the desert for snakes, but it sure won’t work for drivers on the asphalt of America.
Of course, everyone has their preferences about what they want their vehicle to look like. That isn’t the issue here at all! That’s why not all cars are the same color. And each year, car companies present us with new color choices and finishes to keep us interested.
Whatever the vehicle, whatever the color, it is not going to help you in a DUI situation. If you need legal help relating to a DUI charge, your wisest choice is always an experienced attorney. Here at Zachary Law Group, we are ready to take a look at your problem and “Zach-It!” You may want to take advantage of our FREE 30-minute case evaluation, with one of our DUI defense attorneys. Don’t wait in the hope your problem will go away by itself — call us today at 1-855-Zach-law.