5 Bumper Stickers You Don’t Want On Your Car

by AutoInsuranceQuotes.org Staff Writer on November 9, 2012

There are two ways to think of your car: 1) as a vehicle that takes you from Point A to Point B, and 2) as a tool for self-expression. If you’re the type that decks out and personalizes your car, you’re not alone. Here are some guidelines: Be classy. Be short. Be cool. If you need more help, avoid these five types of bumper stickers you don’t want on your car.

  1. Honk If You’re Horny

    Do you really want to know what’s going on sexually with the guy in the dirty truck behind you? And, how many quality dates have you gotten because of this bumper sticker? We’re guessing zero.

  2. Anything Political

    Although it’s cool to wear your beliefs on your sleeve, it’s also cool to not add any fuel to the traffic fire. While we appreciate that you’re being a good citizen, there’s no need to use your car as free advertisement space for a candidate for public office. If you live in a red state and have a liberal bumper sticker, for example, you might get honked at angrily during rush hour traffic. Respect the zen of the road. Listen to talk radio instead.

  3. COEXIST

    Although the message of interfaith cooperation and religious tolerance is lovely, you might want to consider something more creative. (Read: Put down the bong.) Everyone’s seen them, and if you’re not religious they seem pointless. That purple background doesn’t look as good on your car as you think, by the way. We promise.

  4. My Other Car Is A _____

    This one’s supposed to be cute and clever, but it’s really just another bad joke. If your other car isn’t even a car, how is that funny? Why should we care? Other drivers have to read this stuff, you know. Consider finding alternate ways to brag about your hobbies.

  5. Anything With A Confederate Flag

    You might love your Dixie, but there’s no need to be one. Confederate flag stickers make you look like one of the following things: a racist, a hillbilly, or some confused Civil War veteran that’s just woken up in the 21st century, Encino Man-style, and is now driving a car. Either way, it’s really not cute.

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