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The Quiz Presentation for the final round of Auto Quiz event held at Thiagarajar college of engineering

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  • AUTO QUIZ-FINALS
    • THIAGARAJAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
  • AUTO QUIZ-FINALS
  • Round 1
    • Ground Rules:
    • Total number of questions:12
    • 10 points for correct answer no pass
    • Quiz masters decision is final
    • Questions will be in True or False format
    • 1. Idling your vehicle uses less fuel than turning the engine off and restarting it.
    • True or False
  • Answer: False
    • Idling your vehicle uses more fuel than turning the engine off and restarting it.
    • 2. Having your tires inflated to the automaker's maximum recommended pressure does not make any significant difference in improving your gas mileage.
    • True or False
  • Answer:False
    • Having your tires inflated to the automakers maximum recommended pressure can improve gas mileage by as much as 6 per cent. For every 3lbs below recommended pressure, fuel economy goes down by about 1 per cent.
    • 3. When driving at low speeds in the city, rolling your windows down instead of using air conditioning creates a slight improvement in gas mileage.
    • True or False
  • Answer: True
    • In slow moving traffic, open windows can be a fuel-conserving move. Such is not the case when highway driving, as the blowing breeze increases drag, making your vehicle work harder and use more gas.
    • 4. Travelling at less congested times of the day makes no difference for gas savings.
    • True or False
  • Answer: False
    • Travelling at less congested times of the day helps to save gas because people are more apt to drive smoothly when there is less traffic.
    • 5. Most times, repairs for air conditioner leaks can be put off until your cars next major service appointment.
    • True or False
  • Answer:False
    • Some air conditioner units contain chlorofluorocarbons that can harm the environment. Air conditioner leaks should be repaired immediately.
    • 6. A vehicle travelling at 85 km/h gets no better fuel economy than the same vehicle travelling at 100 km/h.
  • Answer: False
    • A vehicle travelling at 85 km/h gets about 15 per cent better fuel economy than the same vehicle travelling at 100 km/h.
    • 7. A tire with a larger footprint on the road may have more rolling resistance than a smaller tire and therefore decrease fuel economy.
    • True or False
  • Answer: True
    • Low rolling resistance (LRR) tires are specifically designed to improve a vehicles fuel economy.
    • 8. Cars always rank better in fuel economy than trucks and sports-utility vehicles.
    • True or False
  • Answer: False
    • Some smaller trucks and sports-utility vehicles rank better in fuel economy than some cars.
    • 9. The Honda Civic Hybrid was the first sedan already in production to be made available with a hybrid powertrain.
    • True or False
  • Answer: True
    • It has since been followed by many other passenger cars.
    • 10. It takes two minutes of idling your vehicle to waste the same amount of gas as turning your engine off and restarting it.
    • True or False
  • Answer: False
    • It takes only 30 seconds of idling to waste more gas than turning your engine off and restarting it.
    • 11. Hybrids get much better fuel economy than diesel cars.
    • True or False
  • Answer: False
    • Hybrids and diesels get very similar fuel economies.
    • 12. It does not make a difference which grade of gasoline you use at the gas pump, as long as you are careful not to drive aggressively.
    • True or False
  • Answer: False
    • Use regular gasoline. Unless it is listed in the manual that your vehicle requires premium, high-octane fuels, using them wont improve your fuel economy or performance.
    • End of Round 1
  • Round 2
    • Ground rules
    • Total number of questions:6
    • Each question includes three images.
    • 10 points for a correct connect and 5 for a pass.
  • 1.Connect
  • Answer
  • 2.Connect
  • Answer
    • POLO
  • 3.Connect
  • Answer
  • 4.Connect
  • Answer
  • 5.CONNECT
  • ANSWER
  • Answer
  • Round 3
    • Ground rules:
    • Total no of questions:6
    • Each question has three clues
    • Answering the question in 1 st clue gives 15 points, 2 nd clue 10 points and 3 rd clue 5 points.
    • No pass
    • 1. Find this Racer.
  • Clue 1
    • Won 2001 World Karting Championship defeating Micheal Schumacher
  • Clue 2
    • Raced for Red bull and Torro Rosso
  • Clue 3
    • Joined Force India as its 2nd driver
    • Answer
    • Vitantonio Liuzzi
    • 2. Identify this company.
  • Clue 1
    • Recently developed hythane engines for buses
  • Clue 2
    • Claims to be largest provider to Indian Army
  • Clue 3
    • 8 of 10 metro state bus in India are from this company
    • Answer
    • Ashok Leyland
    • 3. Identify this company.
  • Clue 1
    • This company started off as a aircraft engine manufacturing firm.
  • Clue 2
    • Pioneers of i - drive
  • Clue 3
    • Parent company of Rolls Royce
    • Answer
    • BMW
    • 4. Identify the vehicle Brand.
  • Clue 1
    • First designed by AM General Corporation for US armed forces.
  • Clue 2
    • In 1999, AM sold the brand name to GM
  • Clue 3
    • Indian Cricket Captain owns this car
    • Answer
    • Hummer
    • 5. Identify the HMV manufacturer
  • Clue 1
    • Headquarters is at Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh
  • Clue 2
    • Indian partner of Volvo trucks
  • Clue 3
    • In 2009, it was renamed as VE commercial vehicle company.
    • Answer
    • Eicher
    • 6. Find the car.
  • Clue 1
    • Designed by Girish Wagh, Justin Norek, Pierre Castinel.
  • Clue 2
    • This cars exterior was designed at Italys Institute of Development in Automotive Engineering.
  • Clue 3
    • First manufactured at West Bengal and then shifted to Gujarat.
    • Answer
    • TATA NANO
    • End of Round 3
  • ROUND 4 RANDOM BLACKOUT
    • RULES:
    • Each team gets one question.
    • 10 points for direct and 5 for the pass.
    • 1.What in India,on a car should be in red,minimally 10 cm * 9 cm and against a square white background?
  • ANSWER
    • LEARNERS L PLATE
    • 2. Which famous car brand when literally translated means three diamonds?
  • ANSWER
    • 3.Which world famous F1 car driver died in a car crash at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix?
  • ANSWER
    • Ayrton Senna of Brazil
    • 4.Identify the famous car brand named after duo shown in this picture.
  • Answer
    • ROLLS ROYCE
    • 5. Which famous car brand has the tagline
    • The Ultimate Driving Machine?
  • Answer
    • BMW
    • 6. Ransom Eli Olds was the first person to introduce this manufacturing process to the world of automobiles.What was it?
  • Answer
    • The Assembly Line.
  • ROUND 5
    • PICK YOUR TOPIC
    • RULES:
    • 1.The team which is leading has the right to choose the topic first before others.Then the others will choose their topics in descending order.
    • 2.Each topic has five questions.
    • 3. Each correct answer carries 10 points . No passes.
    • IDENTIFY THE LOGO
    • SLOGANS
    • IDENTIFY THE COMPONENTS
    • HOLLYWOOD BIKES AND CARS
    • CARS AND COUNTRIES
    • KEY PEOPLE
  • RAPID FIRE ROUND
    • RULES:
    • 1.Each team gets to answer a set of five questions.
    • 2.The timelimit is 30 seconds.
    • 3.You get 20 points for answering each question right.
    • THANK YOU