10 Hidden Features You’ve Missed in Your Car

Conversation Mirrors: Many cars have a secondary mirror in addition to the rearview mirror.

Drowsiness Detector: If your car is at least 5 years old and doesn’t have some kind of system designed to help prevent drivers.

Traffic Light Watcher: Traffic light watcher in this context is usually a part of a car’s driver assistance system.

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Color-Coding Under Your Hood: Have you ever considered what all those colors on your vehicle’s dipstick, handles, levers.

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Built-in Vacuums: Did you know that your SUV or minivan most likely has a built-in vacuum system.

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BMW and Mercedes Neck Warmers: If you have a newer Merc convertible and the term “Airscarf System” sounds like the name of a server in a control tower.

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Fuel Tank Location Reminders: Yeah, just in case you forget where the gas cap is, right? Well, one can never be too careful.

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Hidden Jeep: No one who calls themselves a fan or Jeep enthusiast should be forgiven if they don’t know that the iconic WWII.

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Volkswagen’s Beetle Flower Vase: It’s called the Bud Vase and built into the dash of the original Volkswagen Beetle known as the Type 1.

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Honda’s Magic Seats: This feature is popular in models like the Honda Fit (Jazz) and Honda Civic. 

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