Dialdirect Insurance found, after conducting a study, that 44% of South Africans surveyed have named their cars. Times Live reports that when looking at the data, there’s a big difference between men and women’s naming preferences, with women 65% more likely than men to indulge in this anthropomorphic behaviour. There also seems to be a distinct preference for bestowing cars with female names as opposed to male or gender neutral ones, which could tie into part of a larger historical trend of naming things after women, including storms, ships, and boats. The study revealed that, in terms of the most common names, Snowy is the popular choice for white cars while Baby was also a popular choice.