The connection between exterior paint color and accident rate is very interesting. What would be more interesting, is if they could firmly establish why. Perhaps it's a visibility issue, or a driver personality issue. I don't see how a white car isn't visible enough, and the same goes for red. What might be the case is the driver's personality. I heard that some auto insurance companies raise your rates if your car is red, because people who buy red cars can be more agressive and excitable people, and that a fast red car sticks out more to policemen.... Maybe people who buy silver cars are cautious responsible people... :?