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All You Need To Know About Cars But Were Afraid To Ask!

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The first "DAF" car was produced in 1958 in which country?

  • Belgium
  • Spain
  • The Netherlands
  • Denmark

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In 2000 "Ford" announced the end of car production at the Dagenham plant, in which county?

  • Surrey
  • Essex
  • Oxfordshire
  • Bedfordshire

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What is the name of a car's structural feature designed to compress during an accident to absorb energy from an impact?

  • Crumple zone
  • Crash zone
  • Crush zone
  • Crumble zone

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Which Ford car was introduced in the US in 1927 as a replacement for the "Model T"?

  • Model T2
  • Model U
  • Model B
  • Model A

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What do the letters "CVT" indicate in a car's specifications?

  • Crankshaft viscosity temperature
  • Carburreter vector type
  • Continuously variable transmission
  • Correctly vulnanized tyres

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Which car model was the first to have the "ABS" braking system fitted as standard across the entire range, worldwide in 1985?

  • Ford Granada
  • Renault Scenic
  • Saab 90
  • Volvo 740

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Which car manufacturer introduced the "MC12" model grand tourer in 2004, in order to enter the "FIA GT Championship"?

  • Maserati
  • Ferrari
  • Mercedes
  • Porsche

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In 1938 William Morris, founder of the "Morris Motor Company", became Viscount who?

  • Duffield
  • Huffield
  • Tuffield
  • Nuffield

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"Volvo Cars" was founded in 1927 in which Swedish city?

  • Malmo
  • Stockholm
  • Gothenburg
  • Uppsala

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"The Holden car company" evolved from a saddlery business set up by James Alexander Holden in the 1850s in which country?

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • USA
  • New Zealand

 

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