The more expensive your car, the less likely you are to stop for pedestrians--according to new UNLV study

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This is a story that most drivers and pedestrians in Southern California could easily relate to:  turns out the more expensive your car is, the more likely you are to be a jerk behind the wheel.  This is from research out of Las Vegas, where they tested how likely certain types of drivers were to stop to allow pedestrians to cross the street.

And the findings tell us a lot: not only were the drivers of the most expensive cars least likely to stop, but the race and gender of pedestrians trying to cross the street also helped predict which drivers would to stop for them.