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Urban Legends About Automobiles - Spot the Knot

written by: esprit
 
Have you been fooled by urban legends about cars? Here are a few that may have tricked you. Try to spot the knot.

Question 1:


The Chevy Nova sold poorly in Mexico because "no va" means "doesn't go" in Spanish.
True
False

Question 2:


A car that gets over 200 miles per gallon is reclaimed by the factory, after its owner calls to congratulate the manufacturers about its excellent performance.
False
True

Question 3:


A very complicated Honda Accord commercial required 606 takes and was done without the use of any computer-generated images.
True
False

Question 4:


Putting sugar in the gas tank of a carburetor-equipped vehicle will ruin the engine.
False
True

Question 5:


Man bought an old motorcycle only to discover that it was once owned by Elvis Presley.
False
True

Question 6:


Cars were stolen by thieves who wrote down VINs (car serial numbers) and used them to obtain duplicate keys through auto dealerships.
True
False

Question 7:


After an earthquake in 1989, a car thief was found crushed under a collapsed freeway overpass in the vehicle he'd stolen.
False
True

Question 8:


An artist painted a 60 ft. tall image of a naked woman above a tunnel in Malibu Canyon in 1966.
True
False

Question 9:


Police officers who use 'slimjims' to assist locked out motorists have been killed by airbags.
True
False

Question 10:


A speeder caught by photo radar, sends the police a photograph of money to pay his fine.
True
False

 


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