Here we have the 2005 Honda Civic. It's practical, fuel-efficient and affordable. Nothing fancy, just a great bread and butter vehicle that'll get you where you need to go. You can hack it, of course, but most enjoy it as is.
It's a reliable ride. You're not going to wow gear heads with it, but it has everything you need. The engine works well and the interior is comfortable, although it doesn't have many bells and whistles.
He took apart his 2005 Honda Civic and began inspecting the parts. Underneath the radio was this little space used for storage. You likely have one in your vehicle, where you can keep sunglasses or loose change.
Let's say you kept change in that space. If that thing flung open while you were driving uphill, a penny or two may have rolled out. It could have then become stuck between the seat and lost forever. Imagine the frustration of that.
Well, now you never have to experience that. And you have some unknown engineer to thank for it. Well done, anonymous person. This fact didn't fully blow our minds like some others might, but we appreciate you all the same.