Mark Ward Kia Releases new Info-Graphic "Weird, Wacky and Wonderful Car Facts"
(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 29, 2013 ) Carbondale, IL -- The Truth about Cars and Mark Ward Kia recently launched a new Infographic about amazing car facts. With interesting points and vintage style images, this informative piece truly highlights the evolution of the automobile. It also showcases car related information that is sure to educate, engage, and entertain readers. Whether for auto enthusiasts or new drivers, this infographic is the ultimate Mark Ward Kia Presents - Weird, Wacky and Wonderful Car Facts! resource for historical and contemporary car facts.
According to the infographic, the first automobiles did not entail steering wheels. In fact, drivers had to use levers to steer their cars. The first car radio was also invented in 1929. Today, the automobile is also the most recycled product in the world. Hong Kong also leads the world in the number of Rolls Royces per capita. These are just some of the interesting car facts found within this amazing infographic.
The infographic also states that over 90% of car owners sing along to their car radios. Drivers also spend two weeks of their whole lives waiting for traffic lights to change. In the event of an accident or fender bender, it takes only 40 milliseconds for an airbag to inflate. Recent statistics also show that there is one car per person in the United States. With the latter, there are at least six drivers licenses that are registered under the name Jesus Christ in California.
The infographic also mentions that windshield wipers were invented by a woman. Central London also has the most expensive car parks in the world, costing the USD equivalent of $865 per month. To date, the most expensive car ever sold was the 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe, which went for an unsurpassed $8,700.000.
With gas prices soaring, the infographic states that a vehicle uses 1.6 ounces of gas when idle for just one minute. As a global leader in sports cars, Ferrari only produces 14 cars per day. This is due to the intricate complexities each model requires. The first known automobile was also constructed in 1668 by a Belgian Jesuit priest. The first car was basically a two-foot long steam powered model.
About Mark Ward Kia:
Mark Ward Kia offers insightful details about the history of cars. From the first models to contemporary statistics, they offer a range of information for auto enthusiasts. http://markwardkia.blogspot.com/ also features the latest automotive news and reports. They also offer real time reviews and editorials on cars and the auto industry as a whole.
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