Hi Autojumble 8th Oct – St Cyprian’s church hall, Lenzie.
This Autojumble, the third held at this venue, attracted quite a number of members and other enthusasts.
This is also a social event and let’s members exchange information and tales of the now ending driving season.
Liz Young, our secretary, invited all attending to take part in a prize quiz competition. ( see questions & answers below). The .50p quiz charge raised £16.00, to be donated to St Cyprian church funds.
Automotive Alphabetic – Prize Quiz
All answers relate to motoring
50p donation to St Cyprians.
Entries to be returned by 1.00 pm
What A helps register current? Ammeter
What B stores electrical energy? Battery
What C did Mr Shaw patent? Cat’s eyes
What D creates better braking? Disc brakes
What E comes in various cubic capacity? Engines
What F drives the cooling fan? Fan belt
What G is the US term for petrol? Gas
What H cools modern headlights? Halogen
What I advises direction? Indicator lights
What J is important for a flat battery? Jump leads
What K allows steering direction control? King pins
What L is required to remove a tyre? Lever
What M is a reservoir for brake fluid? Master cylinder
What N is required to be road legal? Number plates
What O advises mileage? Odometer
What P ignites vaporised fuel? Spark Plugs
What Q makes motorists blood boil? Queues of Traffic
What R rapidly distributes electrical power? Rotor arm
What S require to be illuminated after dark? Side lights
What T allows the transfer of power? Transmission
What U is used to join pipes (exhausts etc)? U-bolts
What V aids wheeled transport comfort? Vulcanisation
What W is essential for UK motoring? Wipers
What Z made road crossing safer? Zebra crossing
The tiebreaker question.
How many dried peas were in a jar?
Maybe a strange tiebreaker. But it meant no one could punch up Google for the answer.
The answer was:! Believe it or not!
107 was the number of peas.
Winner Ian Walker.
Prize: 5 litre concentrate screen wash additive.