The last two years of driving my Subaru Forester has shown me that some people have an interesting view on Subaru drivers, especially in the south!! I have actually been run out of a hardware store and a gas station because I pulled up in my car. So I thought I hear you guys thoughts on the most typical stereotypes you think and/or have heard. Here are my thoughts. Most of this is in good fun and I know these aren't 100% inclusive. Please keep this out of Spin Zone!! Newer Pick-up Trucks: Either as a work vehicle or as a style symbol, especially in Texas! Typically want to run everyone off the road and/or tailgating ****oles. Older Pick-Up Trucks: Work/Farm trucks or antique trucks. Typically not the sole means of transportation. Owners want something to beat around in without damaging their nicer vehicles. Raised "Road Only" Trucks: Epic ****oles that think their the alpha male of their neighborhood. Avoid at all costs as they normally high beam, tailgate, and/or cut you off. Raised Jeeps: Enjoy weekends off-road in the local National/State Park. Typically very mechanically inclined. Can be an ****ole, but also can be a great person to enjoy a pitcher over a campfire. Four Door Honda/Toyota: Typical office worker that doesn't care much about their appearance. Want something that will last and is cheap. SUV: Soccer mom and/or business woman. Has their child's team number as a window sticker. Doesn't much care about the cost of gas until its $4 gal, then complains to everyone about their gas bill. Very High End: People who have way to much money then sense, especially around here. The horrible roads will tear their low riding cars a new one by spring. Subaru/Hybrids "From my experience": Liberals, environmental nut cases, animal lovers, LGBT, and/or senior citizens.