Have you ever questioned what the world's most preferred cars and truck color is? No, it's not puce. How much of your automobile is recyclable? Or why does your turn signal make this irritating clicking noise?
By the way, did you understand that electric cars and trucks aren't a recent invention? In 1900, almost 40% of all automobiles were electric. Around 40% of cars were powered by steam, and a bit more than 20% were sustained by fuel!
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– The typical family vehicle spends 95% of its life time parked.
– A control panel was originally a wooden part connected to the front of a carriage pulled by a horse.
– More than 250 million automobile tires are thrown away every year.
– The world's very first speeding ticket was released in 1904. The offender was going at a speed of 12 miles per hour in the location with a speed limitation of 8 miles per hour.
– The typical motorist spends 5 months of their life waiting in their vehicle at traffic signals.
– In 1960, $3,000 would have bought you a new cars and truck, for instance, Buick Le Sabre.
– When asked, more than 90% of drivers confess they frequently sing behind the wheel.
– Approximately 75% of all the Rolls Royce cars ever made are still on the road nowadays!
– The largest speeding fine ever was a reported $290,000 ticket a Swiss motorist got in Switzerland.
– There are about 1.2 billion cars worldwide these days. For comparison, in 1986, there were only 500 million.
– The last vehicle that still had a cassette player was the Ford Crown Victoria in 2011.
– The three-point safety belt conserves one life every 6 minutes. By the way, this precaution was developed by Volvo in 1959.
– Nearly 80% of the typical automobile is recyclable. In some countries, vehicle recycling is one of the biggest industries.
– White is the world's most favorite vehicle color.
– Numerous decades ago, Japan was the world's leading automobile maker. Nowadays, it's only the third– after China and the USA.
– Not more than 65% of the world's population drive on the right side of the road.
– Chauffeur studies show that 16% of all vehicle owners never clean their vehicles
– When Mary Anderson created the first reliable windshield wipers, they were thought about an unneeded diversion till chauffeurs understood they were video game changers.
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