There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on a number of factors, including the specific car model, the driver's habits, and the conditions of the roads. However, some studies have shown that certain car colors are more visible to other drivers and thus may be associated with a lower risk of accidents.
One study found that white cars were involved in fewer accidents than any other color, followed by black and silver vehicles. The researchers suggested that this may be because these colors are more visible on the road. Another study looked at police-reported accidents in different states and found that while there was no overall trend, some states did have significantly lower rates of accidents for certain colors. For example, in Florida, white cars had the lowest rate of accidents while in California, black cars had the lowest rate.
It is important to note that these studies only looked at associations between car color and accident rates; they cannot prove causation. There are many other factors that can affect accident rates (such as speed limit compliance) and it is possible that drivers of certain colored cars are simply more cautious or obey traffic laws more carefully than others. In addition, visibility can vary depending on lighting conditions (e.g., during dawn or dusk) so even highly visible colors may not always prevent accidents from happening.
Ultimately, there is no single "safest" car color; what matters most is how well you drive and follow traffic laws regardless of what color your vehicle is