CALHOUN - Sheriff's officials say a northwest Georgia man was stabbed after an argument with another man over which vehicles are better: Ford or Chevrolet.
The Calhoun Times and Rome News-Tribune reports that several people were driving off-road vehicles in a field when an argument escalated into a fistfight around 1 a.m. Saturday.
Gordon County sheriff's officials said in a statement the fight ended when one man pulled a knife and stabbed the other one.
Sheriff's detectives said witnesses told them the assault stemmed from a disagreement over the superiority of Ford vehicles versus Chevrolet vehicles.
Authorities said 21-year-old Zachary Woody of Calhoun has been charged with aggravated assault.
Authorities say the man who was stabbed was hospitalized with serious injuries.