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The results are in, and they've confirmed what we secretly knew all along - Audi drivers are the most attractive motorists in the UK.
Knowing how to drive and owning your own car have long been seen as desirable traits for a number of reasons - it's an easy indicator of your financial status, a symbol of independence and a quick way to discern somebody's aesthetic preferences.
But as with any other relevant skill set, it's not about what you've got but how you can use it, and in a new survey from Moneybarn Britons reveal exactly which habits, manoeuvres and motors they find most attractive.
When it comes to sexy manoeuvres the results were clear, with over 60 percent of the 2,000 Brits surveyed rating parallel parking as the most impressive move one can make while behind the steering wheel.
Coming in second was the three-point turn with 19 percent, whereas reverse parking with the arm on the passenger seat crept in at a distant third with 15 percent.
The survey also found that one in six people believe Audis were the most attractive car brand, while Skoda drivers were unfortunately ranked as the least attractive motorists on the road. Better luck next time cabbies!
Elsewhere in the survey, almost half of Brits considered having a clean car as the most attractive driving habit one can possess, although being considerate to safety was a close second, with 37 percent of respondents responding positively to cautious driving.
And in what could be seen as a sign of the times, 'driving fast' fell into a very distant third place, with just 7 percent rating it as an attractive quality.
Overall, German motors were considered to be the most attractive across the board, with Audi, BMW and Mercedes all scoring high among both men and women.
Despite this, 9 percent of people said the type of car someone drove had no impact on their attractiveness, making it the second most popular option, while Ford crept in at 4th place with a respectable 6 percent.
It was also found that driving cautiously in general was considered to be more attractive to the older generation.
Stay safe on the roads this winter.
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