Do You Know Your Transportation Trivia?

Trains, planes, and automobiles - do you know your transportation? Its history and the way it works? Take this quiz to find out!
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The rise of the bicycle during the Victorian period resulted in a fear of what?
Bicycle face
Bicycle foot
Bicycle leg
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Question 2/12

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The rise of the railroad established...
Standardized time zones
The printing press
Taxi service
All of the above
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Question 3/12

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Bullet trains reach a speed of over
100 km/h
200 km/h
300 km/h
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The wings of some airplanes are bent to decrease drag. These features are called
Aircurves
Airleons
Airhighs
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The largest passenger plane is the
Airbus A460
Airbus A380
Airbus A390
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A plane's black box is not really black but...
Red
Yellow
Orange
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The first time that a car was driven over a long distance was in
1921
1764
1888
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Question 8/12

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In 1917, more than half of the world's cars were
Ford Model T's
Honda Civics
Audis
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Question 9/12

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England's longest train station is equal to
6 football fields
7 football fields
8 football fields
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Question 10/12

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Built in 1829, _____________ applied the steam engine knowledge of the time to produce an innovative locomotive.
Arthur's Rocket
Stephenson's Rocket
David's Rocket
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Question 11/12

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Cars didn't always come with a steering wheel. Drivers used to rely on a...
Paddle
Lever
Button
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Question 12/12

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Bicycles used to be called...
Velocipedes
Bicipedes
Cyclemobiles
Result
You aren't very familiar with the history of transportation. You likely use a form of transportation each day, so perhaps look into it!

C+, Transportation Rookie

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You know a lot about trains, planes, and automobiles. You are interested in the history and evolution of the engine. Keep learning, things are still changing!

B+, Transportation Wiz

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You know it all, from the firsts to the current bests. You enjoy the mechanics of transportation, and know its history. Keep it up!

A+, Captain

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1
The rise of the bicycle during the Victorian period resulted in a fear of what?
Bicycle face
Bicycle foot
Bicycle leg
2
The rise of the railroad established...
Standardized time zones
The printing press
Taxi service
All of the above
3
Bullet trains reach a speed of over
100 km/h
200 km/h
300 km/h
4
The wings of some airplanes are bent to decrease drag. These features are called
Aircurves
Airleons
Airhighs
5
The largest passenger plane is the
Airbus A460
Airbus A380
Airbus A390
6
A plane's black box is not really black but...
Red
Yellow
Orange
7
The first time that a car was driven over a long distance was in
1921
1764
1888
8
In 1917, more than half of the world's cars were
Ford Model T's
Honda Civics
Audis
9
England's longest train station is equal to
6 football fields
7 football fields
8 football fields
10
Built in 1829, _____________ applied the steam engine knowledge of the time to produce an innovative locomotive.
Arthur's Rocket
Stephenson's Rocket
David's Rocket
11
Cars didn't always come with a steering wheel. Drivers used to rely on a...
Paddle
Lever
Button
12
Bicycles used to be called...
Velocipedes
Bicipedes
Cyclemobiles