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A 2.5 GB disk drive In 1980 was the size of a fridge and cost US$40,000.
There’s a bridge between mainland China and Macau, where cars switch from left to right-hand drive and vice versa.
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).
Hitler never learned to drive. Yet, he spearheaded the development of the Volkswagen car.
According to a textbook in North Korea, Kim Jong Un learned to drive at age 3.
Global warming could drive to extinction as many as 1 in 6 animal and plant species.
It is possible to set up a holiday meal inside a car’s engine compartment and drive long enough to fully cook all of the food.
If a zebra is attacked, its family will come to its defense circling the wounded zebra and attempting to drive off predators.
Women can fly airplanes in Saudi Arabia, but can’t drive cars.
In 2013, a man from Wales threw away a hard drive with US$7.5 million worth of bitcoin on it.
Biological models of sex tend to view love as a mammalian drive, much like hunger or thirst.
Having no recollection of your drive to work or school (autopilot) is called “Highway Hypnosis.”
In 2012, a Cleveland woman, arrested for a traffic infraction, was ordered to stand for 2 days holding a sign that read “Only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus.”
Once you become President of the United States of America you can no longer drive on public roads.
A boulevard is a big, wide street with trees on both sides. A lane is a narrow, often rural road. A drive is long, winding, and scenic.
Outer space is only an hour’s drive away, if you somehow drove your car straight upwards.
Only 18% of Americans can drive a car with manual transmission.
Anyone over 14 can drive a VSP car in France without a licence.
If you were to drive a car at 100 kilometers an hour, 24 hours a day then you could reach the sun in about 3 years.