Cars, Trucks & Engines

You may have passed the test for your driver's license, but that doesn't mean you'll ace our quizzes about all things auto. Buckle up, because we're about to test your auto knowledge.

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Deep down in their souls, all Americans dream of living in a remote area with a mutt and a pickup truck. Pickups have come a long way since they were only seen with commercial plates. Which one speaks to your soul?

By Mark Lichtenstein

Obviously, you should own a motorcycle. They're cool! They get great mileage. They make a great sound. Still, with so many motorcycles to choose from, you should take this quiz to find out which one is right for you.

By Mark Lichtenstein

They're fun, they're useful, and they're not just for the farmland. Tractors can do so much, and there are so many varieties to choose from! In this quiz, we'll test your knowledge of tractors. If you fail, we won't make you plow a field.

By Annette

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By some estimates, car manufacturers built about 72 million cars in 2016 alone. Maybe you know your car models...or maybe you don't. Let's see if you can match the manufacturer to the model!

Before the days of fuel efficiency ratings and airbags, there were muscle cars; the brawny spawn of Detroit car makers. How much do you know about these muscular American classics?

By John Miller

Put two things side by side, and decide which one has more horsepower — that's what this quiz is all about. It's like drag racing in quiz form!

By Ed Grabianowski

Harley-Davidson is synonymous with deafening roars on the open road. How much do you know about these world-famous motorcycles? Take this quiz to find out.

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Many of our household tools and vehicles — like lawnmowers, chainsaws, outboard boats and snowmobiles — are powered by small engines. It's a good idea to have a working knowledge of how these systems work and what to do when they don't. Take this quiz and find out if you've got the skills to repair and maintain small engines!

A car's transmission enables the engine to provide a wide range of output speeds — without it, you'd be limited to just one gear. But how much do you know about this vital piece of automotive hardware? Test your knowledge of both automatic and manual transmissions by taking this quiz!

While diesel earned itself a bad reputation for spewing soot in the early days, improvements have made it much cleaner. Test your knowledge of all things diesel with this quiz.

By Ed Grabianowski

Can you tell the difference between a camshaft and a stick shift? You will once you take the engine performance quiz. See if you know what makes your car get up and go.