Murphy’s Laws for Cars – Part 3

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  • The red light is always longer than the green one.
  • On a two-lane road, there will be no oncoming traffic if there is a solid line. As soon as you are allowed to pass, there is only oncoming traffic.
  • The louder the car alarm, the more likely everyone but the owner will hear it.
  • The oldest or cheapest vehicle has right of way.
  • The vehicle which has been in the most collisions has the right of way.
  • Vehicles providing essential services, such as beer delivery trucks, have the right of way.
  • If there is no traffic, there will be roadwork.
  • Any driver in front of you will immediately lose the ability to drive their car.
  • The car will break down as soon as the extended warranty has expired.
  • Even if you never smoke, eat, or drink in your vehicle, there will be mysterious stains on the carpet and upholstery when you trade in your car.
  • No matter how many times a vehicle’s appearance is checked before returning it after service, paint job, or wash, the owner immediately will detect a huge, obvious flaw.
  • The probability of damaging a borrowed vehicle is directly proportional to how sensitive the owner is about it.
  • Any given mechanical job you decide to solve alone will imminently require a third hand, at its most critical moment.
  • The more you worry – The larger the Ding

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