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Even if you aren’t religious and don’t believe in some kind of higher power, you can sometimes still have little automotive superstitions. It’s totally okay! It’s all part of this weird relationship we have with our cars.

Last week, I asked you guys for your strangest automotive superstitions. The weirder, the better.

Let’s see what you came up with.

OCD Or Superstition? (ThePolice)

Sounds like a little bit of both.

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Seatbelts (Nate with shorter name)

Fair enough.

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Experience (Umoja)

Exposure has taught them this.

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White Cars (benlama1)

There’s definitely something to this.

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No Money Talk (LittleStock80)

Just polite conversation around the car.

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Foot Off Brakes (RideOrange)

My dad told me this, too!

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Accident Protection (Aisakey)

Chatty (TheSchrat)

A mystical bond between man and machine...

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Hammer Time (neverspeakawordagain)

I... guess there is some logic in that!

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YES 100 PERCENT PREACH (MOMMA THERE GOES THAT MAN)

AND I WON’T HEAR ANY DISAGREEMENT ON THIS POINT.

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Shopping Karts (fennelbreath)

Like kart karma.

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Fast Food (Nebraxican)

It’s like marking your territory.

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VW (Fix_Yo_Own_Shiz)

Can any other VW owners confirm this?

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Pet (Pablo Mejia)

Who’s a good bike?

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Jealousy (Joe Stevenson)

They’re fickle creatures!

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Redline (jb21)

A redline a day keeps the mechanic away.

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Visor (The Dummy Gummy)

My mom always leaves the visor down, so I feel you.

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Be Nice (QuadPole)

Or face their wrath.

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Snake (Funktheduck - Oppo’s Pokémon master)

Snakes in a car!

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Railroad (TBirdOwnerThatDoesNotPlayGolf)

Pick your feet up.