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VEENENDAAL, NETHERLANDS - NOVEMBER 23: Churchgoers raise their hands while singing inside their car during a drive-in church service of the Evangelical church Mosaic 0318 on November 23, 2014 in Veenendaal, Netherlands. The church service, that is held each Sunday, could not go on as usual because the church hall, where the service is held, is filled with hens, chickens, pigeons, rabbits and guinea pigs for the annual exhibition of the Veenendaalse rabbit and Poultry Breeders Association. Because of the transport ban in the Netherlands on live animals, due to the spreading bird flu, these animals could not be moved. The church, that receives more than a thousand visitors each week, decided to ask their followers to come to the parking lot outside the church hall to follow the church service on their radio inside their cars where it was broadcasted through a local radio station. (Photo by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images)

Today is, ‘Name Your Car Day’. So I must ask…….’Do you name your cars???


Some stats on car naming.


20% of people have a name for their car (

– 44% of people have a nickname for their car (Cooper Tires)

– 79% of people remember the name they gave their first car (

– 93% of people can remember the color of their first car while only 88% can recall the name of the first person they kissed. (


I name my cars for sure! I talk to them too but different story. I didn’t name my first car. Not really sure why as it was definitely a place I frequented often and it SHOULD have been named.

The second car I ever bought myself was a black Toyota Corolla, 5 speed. His name was Bob Marley.

My current car is a white Toyota 5 speed. Her name is Trixie and she is named after Speed Racer’s girlfriend. (remember that cartoon?)


Oh……and I definitely DON’T remember the name of the first person I kissed. Do You?