Can You Spot the Fake Car News?
A shocking 45% of Brits believe they encounter fake news every day, according to a recent survey. The Digital News Report revealed that the UK was one of the most concerned countries over fake news, placing fourth out of 38 countries.
Many of us mistrust online news, but as fake stories on social media platforms can have six million engagements a day, it is hard to avoid.
Even the automotive industry is at risk of false stories being published. News of CEOs being fired, falsified sales reports and fake car ads circulate regularly. If a story appeared on your feed, would you know fact from fiction?
Test your car news knowledge in our interactive quiz below. Guess if 13 motoring stories are fact or fake!
If you liked playing our quiz, you can find more (real) car news and fun in the Rivervale blog.
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