5 Car Superstitions You May Not Know About

Maybe Stevie Wonder said it best. When you believe in things you don’t understand, you suffer. Superstitions, particularly on any Friday the 13th, result in an estimated economic loss of up to $900 million each year. There are even superstitions surrounding vehicles in terms of car safety fears. We’re going to take a look at several common car superstitions in the US and elsewhere in the world. Do you believe any of these?

The rituals of superstitions

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According to The Conversation, as many as 25% of people in the US consider themselves to be superstitious. Superstitions are a set of situations that supernatural forces can create unpredictable dangers in certain. In general, these are irrational beliefs with no scientific backing.

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