Kudos to ALL posters so far. Views are point blank and hilarious too (ram123
), though I concur more with aysrinivas
- thieves like the "car of least resistance the most". Here's my summary from all above:
- White cars sell more in number.
- There's a certain percentage of owners doing a mistake (like not locking, window down, no security measures, inviting accessories / valuables etc) irrespective of Car's Colour.
- Then there's a certain probability of a thief finding out THAT.
- White Cars get stolen more.
Mine is white too. About a month back, when I checked with my Service Advisor about installing a gear lock, he almost fell down from his chair laughing. Reason he gave: w/o that key (i.e., chip inside the key fob) it is not possible to start a Verna. Me currently worried and