A study by Auto Trader, revealed colour was the most likely area for kids to successfully persuade their parents on (26% influenced their parents’ choice of colour).
It’s a commonly held belief that the colour you choose for your car might negatively affect your car insurance rates, but this has no substantiation in reality and your car insurance provider wont charge you more money on the basis of what colour you choose.
One study from New Zealand (published in the British Medical Journal in 2003) looked at the effect of car colour and the risk of an accident resulting in serious injury, and suggested that silver might be considered the safest car colour, however there are so many other factors involved in an accident so it really is impossible to be certain how much colour has to do with it.
Red it is, Adam. Although Luke’s wipe clean idea is also excellent. May we suggest leather seats?