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The average car has 30,000 parts.
A blue whale’s heart can be as large as a car.
in Turkmenistan, car drivers are entitled to 120 Liters (31 gal.) of free petrol a month.
Albert Einstein had no car of his own and he also never learned how to drive.
An adult produces enough hydrogen in their urine each year to drive a car 1,677 miles (2,698 KM).
Car wrecks are the number one cause of death for Americans under 35.
Construction workers in Brazil cemented a car on a pavement after its driver refused to move it.
The average car in Britain is parked for 96% of the time.
When the car radio was introduced, some states wanted to ban it arguing that it could distract drivers and cause accidents.
The odds of dying in a car accident are around 1 in 5,000.
The first car accident occurred in 1891, in Ohio.
Obese drivers are 78% more likely to die in a car crash.
Hitler never learned to drive. Yet, he spearheaded the development of the Volkswagen car.
In 2001, Paraguay’s president was found to own a stolen car.
The world’s fastest street-legal production car is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, at 267 mph (431 km/h).
Car doors injure around 600 cyclists in the UK every year.
In 1941, Henry Ford made a car out of soybeans.
Hillary Clinton hasn’t driven a car since 1996.
Warren Buffett, the most successful investor of the 20th century, doesn’t carry a mobile phone or have a computer on his desk, and drives his own car.
A secretary once told Steve Jobs she was late for work because her car wouldn’t start. That afternoon, Jobs threw her a set of keys for a brand new Jaguar, saying: “Here, don’t be late anymore.”