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11 interesting facts about cars

Each car is made up of at least 30,000 parts, Toyota produces the most cars in the world, white cars are the most popular, Mr. Chau Van Tu is the first Vietnamese to own the car, … These are interesting facts about cars, you probably didn’t know.

Each car is made up of at least 30,000 parts. And 3,000 meters of cables are needed in each vehicle to connect electronic components, lights and motors.
Each year, around 83 million cars are shipped, which means 2.6 cars are on the shelves every second. Among them, at least 1/3 of the car is made in China.
Toyota produces the most cars in the world with more than 13,000 cars per day.
The first Vietnamese to own a car was Mr. Chau Van Tu (also known as Professor Nam Tu). He owned the car in 1907.

There are currently 3 electric cars named Lunar Roving Vehicle “parked” on the moon. These vehicles were transported to the moon during the Apollo program in 1971-1972 to help astronauts move around and crash after use. They are the most modern electric cars ever with a total production cost of up to $ 37 million.
About 90% of people sing while driving.
12% of male drivers never use turn signals.

Trung bình chúng ta mất 2 tuần của cuộc đời dành cho việc đợi trước đèn giao thông.

A Swedish giant has been fined $ 1 million for driving 290 km / h on a road in Switzerland. The most expensive fines in the world are imposed by a calculation proportional to income.
Turkmenistan is the only country in the world where drivers don’t have to worry about the price of gasoline when they get up to 120 liters of free fuel in a month.
The white car is the most purchased in the world. In the United States, the number of white cars sold has been the market leader for the past 12 years, from 2004 to 2016.

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