What is the safest colour car to drive?

Could the Color of Your Car Cause an Accident
  • There is a clear statistical relationship between a vehicle’s colour and its crash risk, as detailed in a report by Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) in 2007.
  • The safest car colour was determined to be white. According to studies, white is considered the most visible colour under almost all conditions except snow. Though, the colour considered the most visible was lime yellow. But, because of its lack of availability, and because most people have an aversion to this colour, white wins out. 
  • Silver was also deemed to be a good colour because it possesses the visibility of white and it reflects light at night.
  • Black cars, brown cars, dark green cars, red cars can be difficult for other drivers to distinguish against the sky and greenery in the environment—especially during night-time hours.
  •  So these are the car colors that may increase your chance of a collision, although this can change depending on certain environmental factors.