• Jo Dean Posted: 10/17/2010 6:15pm PDT

    LOL, hmmm red Corvette convertible, no tickets YET.
    www.total-privacy.au.tc

  • Josh Posted: 10/17/2010 9:04pm PDT

    yes my car is on that list actually

  • T Weir Posted: 10/17/2010 9:17pm PDT

    Just wondering, is the gender split for the percentage of males/females that drive each car. Or is the gender split for the percentage of males/females that got tickets. ie for the GTI, are 44% of people that drive that car male. Or is it that 44% of tickets given to GTI's had male drivers.

  • Donald Posted: 10/17/2010 10:15pm PDT

    Since this data came from an analytics company that works for the insurance company I'm going to guess the data was skewed. Perhaps these are the cars of drivers least likely to take a drivers education or deferred adjudication course to prevent the mark from reaching their insurance company?

  • Supreme Goat Posted: 10/18/2010 8:33am PDT

    Not surprisingly, given Hummer H2’s target demographics, the gender split among ticketed drivers is 78 percent male to only 27 percent female
    Let's try that math again folks

  • Sean Posted: 10/18/2010 9:22am PDT

    "from  Quality Planning, a Varisk Analytics company"
    The company is called Verisk Analytics

  • suzannekane avatar suzannekane Posted: 10/18/2010 9:29am PDT

    Great comments, everyone. The data included gender of drivers ticketed, not a brand/make's overall buyer gender breakdown. Re: Hummer H2, it's actually 73 percent male, 27 percent female. Typo (or else I need glasses). Sorry.
    I know there have been other studies in the past that took car color into account, but not this one. And each study has its own take or slant on the issue, no doubt. Still, I found this an interesting story. Again, thanks to everyone for your perceptive observations.