Can We Guess Which Truck You Own?
By: Jody Mabry
About This Quiz
Does rolling down a dusty, country road in your pickup with your dog at your side sound like your idea of a good time? Once you own a truck, life keeps getting more adventurous. Truck ownership offers a lot of freedom and versatility that car owners could never really appreciate. Plus, truck owners love their trucks so much they start to take on their traits over time!
Let's take a look at both the inside and the outside of your truck. Tell us about all those little details that only you would know because driving a truck is an intimate relationship. Then tell us how you feel when you are driving it. Do you feel like the king of the road, or are you designed for more of an off-road trek through the woods? The way you view yourself behind the wheel and the ins and outs of your truck's dashboard, engine and chassis will help us to guess exactly which truck you own!
As you motor your way through the quiz, choose the responses you feel most accurately describe your beloved truck. We will put it all together and decide if you park a Tacoma or a Ram in your driveway!
What do you use your truck for?
Getting around town and looking cool.
Going out into the deep woods.
Hauling everyone else's stuff around.
Why do you think girls love guys who drive trucks?
Because I look damn good in one.
What is an essential feature for your truck?
Where do you take your truck on the weekends?
Into the mountains for some me time.
What's the strangest thing you've done with your truck?
Used it as a swimming pool.
Turned it into a sleeper: thank you HEMI!
You're stuck in traffic and are late for a hot date. What do you do?
Lay on the horn until the vehicles in front of you move aside.
Drive right over the vehicles in front of you.
Put on some hip music, and keep it cool.
How do you get those RPMs moving?
Flooring it down the highway.
Hauling a boat behind me.
What is your go-to "the lover isn't looking" food?
What generation truck owner are you?
What kind of truck bed do you have?
What is the climate like where you live?
Mostly hot and I'm surrounded by desert.
Pretty nice all year round.
It's always wet and muddy.
After you bought your first truck, how long did it take for a friend to ask you to help them move?
Why did you choose not to own a car?
They don't haul as much as I need.
They are just not big enough.
I don't look as cool in a car.
Are you even asking me this question?
What automotive career do you wish you had?
Part of a racing pit crew.
Do you let people eat in your truck?
As long as they clean up after themselves.
As long as it isn't something messy.
What's your dog like?
It's a big old mutt who is always with me.
It may be small, but it has a big bark.
It will only sit in the truck's bed.
It's just a puppy, but I see big things for it in the future, especially during duck season.
What's the biggest thing you'd haul behind your truck?
A trailer filled with tools.
Anything that gets stuck in a snow bank.
What duty truck do you drive?
Who cares as long as I have a truck.
Do you buy new or used?
I like to buy old rusty trucks.
I usually buy a truck that is a couple years old.
I prefer new, but drive trucks until they are well used.
Are you frugal?
I don't pay attention to money.
Not as much as I should be.
Where's the worst place you've gotten your truck stuck?
In the middle of a frozen lake. Okay, so it was at the bottom of a frozen lake.
Upside down at the base of a mountain.
How do you help others with your truck?
I plow snow off driveways and roads.
I tow them when their car breaks down.
I drive my friends where they need to go.
What kind of hat do you wear?
What is something that bugs you about your truck?
I can haul way more than I want to load.
I am always looking down on people.
I'm tired of people being jealous of me.
Do you look different while driving a truck rather than car?
I practically regrow the hair I had when I was a teenager.
I think I grow another four inches.
I'm pretty sure women mistake me with Chris Hemsworth.
I don't know, I'm pretty good looking already.
How is driving a truck different than other vehicles?
For starters, it is just cooler.
I'm much higher off the ground.
I do the damage rather than getting damaged.
What kind of shirt do you usually wear?
No shirt and a farmer's tan.
Do you hunt or fish?
I hunt duck and small game.
Who is allowed to drive your truck?
Me, and on a rare occasion, my kids.
I'll let people sit in the front seat to test it out, but not drive.
If your truck is too big to park in a parking spot, what do you do?
Park in two parking spots.
Drive to the back of the parking lot and park there.
I don't drive a truck that's that big. Yikes!
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