Could the car you drive really boost your social life? It could if you choose the right model, according to new research into online social networking.
Research recently published by Carcraft in Britain found that many thousands of car owners are joining Facebook groups set up specifically to exchange messages and advice with fellow owners of the same make of car.
Mini Cooper drivers were the friendliest of all, according to the Carcraft survey, with more than 20,000 drivers networking across more than 300 groups.
Barry Nightingale, managing director at Carcraft, says: “It is interesting to see that cars are not only viewed as a symbol of wealth and status but they are increasingly becoming a crucial part of people’s identity and social life. This is reflected online with large numbers using sites such as Facebook to network with like-minded drivers.”
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Could the car you drive really boost your social life? It could if youchoose the right model, according to new research into online socialnetworking.