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Do You Know Your Car Trivia?

Think you know a lot about cars? Most car buffs--from New York City to L.A. and even here in  Spartanburg ,  SC  love to be quizzed about interesting tidbits about past, present and future vehicles. Here are 10 trivia questions to test your car knowledge from all of us at  Campbell's Bodyshop & Wrecker Service :

What was Honda CR-V’s little secret?

From 1997 to 2006, all Honda CR-Vs had a folding picnic table in the cargo area. It was great for a camping trip but there were no chairs included!

When did seat belts become mandatory?

Although seat belts were standard in many cars by the mid-1950s, the first law that required all vehicles (except buses) to have seatbelts took effect in 1968.AutoBody Review do you know your car trivia

What was the first official White House car?

In 1909, President William Howard Taft ordered a 40-horsepower White Steamer touring car.

Which car had a talking dashboard that spoke in both genders?

One of the first cars with a talking digital dash was the Austin Maestro. Actress Nicolette Mackenzie announced if your brakes needed service or if you were low on gas. In some countries, like Spain and Germany, the car had a male voice.

Who received the first speeding ticket in the United States?

New York cab driver Jacob German received a speeding infraction on May 20, 1899, for going 12 miles per hour, four miles over the speed limit. He was arrested and imprisoned, but the consensus is that he did not receive an actual ticket. Harry Myers in Dayton, Ohio received a paper ticket in 1904 for also going 12 miles an hour.

In the classic television series Starsky and Hutch, what kind of car did they drive?

The two streetwise cops drove a red and white 1975 Ford Gran Torino. 

Where was the first drive-in restaurant?

The nation’s first drive-in restaurant was opened by J.G. Kirby and Dr. Reuben W. Jackson in Dallas, Texas in 1921. It was called the Pig Stand and was an overnight success.

Which car allows you to play Pong?

The Saab 9-3 SS includes the game Pong in the car’s onboard computer system.

How did the Ford Mustang get its name?

John Najjar, a designer from Ford, is credited with naming this iconic vehicle nicknamed “Pony.” Najjar was reportedly a fan of the WWII P-51 Mustang fighter plane.AutoBody Review do you know your car trivia

What is the average musical key of a car horn?

Most car horns reportedly beep in the key of “F.”

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Sources: Wikipedia, Drive and Forbes

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