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The survey, released last month, found that 25 percent of American car owners name their cars.
Of the more than 1,000 American car owners who were surveyed, 18-34 year old respondents were found to be much more likely to name their vehicles (36 percent). Additionally, women are more apt to give their cars a name (27 percent vs. 17 percent for men) and 26 percent of those surveyed think of their car as a girl.
At SimplePart we did our own survey to find out what names our staff here has for their cars. The results for employees who had names were interesting:
Stephanie - Ebeneezer/ Ebbie
Lance - Ansley
Dion - Harrison Ford F-150
James - Betty
Dave - Peter Honda
Daniel - Adam Corolla
Louisa - Lucy Lawless the Moped
Kaye - Lucy