Quiz: Do You Actually Know What These Garage Tools Are Used For?
Do You Actually Know What These Garage Tools Are Used For?
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About This Quiz

"If the only tool you have is a hammer, you treat everything as if it were a nail." This quote is attributed to both Maslow and Kaplan in 1966. However, depending on the tools in your garage, the same concept applies. This means that the more tools you have, the more inventive ways you can solve your building, fixing and repairing problems. New tools are invented all the time to handle the latest appliances, car engines and building codes. For instance, all modern cars have computers that run pretty much everything in the vehicle. When something goes wrong in the car, having the computer code reader can not only help identify the problem easier, but in many cases, can also fix it.

If you're someone who likes to spend their free time looking at the latest equipment in the aisles of a hardware store, if a trip to Menard's, Home Depot or Lowes mean "fun times", you'll love this quiz. You can show off your tool savvy because you've been there, you've done that, and you've got the grease stains on your T-shirt. You know that a socket set serves a similar purpose as a wrench - but the reason you might use the socket set is to be able to work on hard-to-reach nuts thanks to extender bars.

It's time to strut your stuff in the hardware store and on this quiz. Start it now!

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