Names of Car Parts

Car companies have given various names and labels to the parts of the car. Unfortunately, while those names may reflect the intended use of the part, they don’t necessarily reflect the real-world function.

Here is a handy guide that re-labels the items in a car with what they actually mean:

image of a car interior with parts relabeled to show their practical meaning and use

  • Activate the high-beam switch in order to summon oncoming traffic
  • Step on the gas pedal in order to induce the car in front of you to brake
  • Step on the brake pedal in order to engage the tail-gating abilities of the car behind you
  • Activate the turn signal in order to eliminate any spaces between cars near you

Bonus Item

  • Turn off the wipers in order to cause the car passing you to hit a puddle

Any other things in your car that need disclaimers for their side effects?

And he summoned one of the servants and began inquiring what these things could be.

Luke 15:26

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One Response to “Names of Car Parts”

  1. Ricky Anderson Says:

    The horn is the Traffic Postcard Sender.

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