It helps give a personality to your car, maybe like a pet. People bond with things they put a lot of time and effort into. It helps you remember what the car was long after its not with you.
Do I use a normal name, a pet or nick name, or something entirely different? It doesn't really matter.
You can probably come up with many ways to help name your car, but here are a few suggestions -
Should a car have a female or make name? Most men seem to see their car as female. This seems to apply to any type of machinery, engines in particular. Women seem to think of their car as being male. So is this naming purely a reversal of gender?
Should my car be given a different name by its next owner, or should they be told of its 'birth' name? Of course its next owner may not want to have a name for their car!
|Mr Jerry Berry||02-Mar-2016|