From tinting your windows or installing a lift kit to looking up directions, there are a number of ways you can turn your car into a dangerous weapon. How much do you know about vehicle add-ons that may be hazardous? Take our quiz to find out!
What is the death rate in the United States due to collisions involving a passenger vehicle pulling a trailer?
one per month
one per week
one per day
one per hour
Which of the following is a common danger of aftermarket GPS navigation systems?
Navigation directions frequently lead to unfinished bridges.
In the event of a crash, the GPS system can become a deadly projectile.
Do-it-yourself GPS wiring frequently leads to fires.
Your spouse will lose respect for your previously finely honed navigation skills.
Which of the following appliances is NOT currently marketed for use in a car?
What's the term for a kit that covers driving lights, brake lights, fog lights or headlights?
In addition to becoming projectiles in the event of a crash, what is one common danger of dash-mounted accessories?
interference with in-dash electronics
distracting other drivers
According to distraction.gov, what are the three types of distracted driving?
visual, audio and sensory
visual, manual and cognitive
cellular, navigational and physical
technological, physical and environmental
Which one of the following activities involves all three types of distracted driving?
talking on a cell phone
scanning radio stations
In 2009, about how many people were injured in the U.S. due to car crashes involving distracted driving?
According to the University of Utah's Applied Cognition Lab, the reaction time of a person talking on a cell phone while driving is equal to that of a person with a blood alcohol level of what?
Perhaps the ultimate car accessory is the invention that makes time travel possible in the "Back To The Future" series. What's it called?