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Riddle number 1:
If you were locked in a car...with one hammer...what would you do to get out?
Riddle number 2:
If a blue car is going 39 miles per hour and a red car is going 40 miles per hour, how did the blue car pass the red car?
Riddle number 3:
A man is driving with his son down a highway in his car. They get into a car accident and two separate ambulances from two separate hospitals take the man and his son to their respective hospitals. The doctor walks into the operating room, looks at the boy, and says, "I can't operate on this boy, he is my son." How can this be?
Riddle number 5:
What is it that goes with an automobile and comes with it; is of no use to it,and yet the automobile cannot move without it?
Riddle number 7
Can a man legally marry his widow's sister in the state of California?
If not, why not?
Riddle number 8
Rearrange the letters in the words "new door" to make one word.
Now, here's a tuffy for ya!
Riddle number 13
There was a truck driver and his (a) leopard, (b) goat, and (c) bundle of cabbage. The man parked his truck to cross a river on a boat, but the boat can only carry him and one of his companions at a time.
If he left a and b behind, a will eat b.
If he left b and c behind, b will eat c.
This will also happen if the pair were left together after the crossing. How did he finally manage to have all three acrosss the river safely and go to the next phase of the trip?
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Riddle number 9
A truck leaving New York for West Virginia weighs exactly 2 tons. About halfway through the trip, it crosses a bridge with a maximum capacity of 2 tons -- any more weight on it, and the bridge will instantly collapse. Just before the truck crosses the bridge, a 2 pound tree limb falls and lands on the roof of the truck and remains there as the truck crosses the bridge. But the bridge does not collapse. Why?
Riddle number 14
Which way is the bus below traveling...toward the left or the right? How do you know?
Riddle number 4
A driver comes to a fork in the road which leads to two villages. In one village the people always tell lies, and in the other village the people always tell the truth. The traveller needs to conduct business in the village where everyone tells the truth. A man from one of the villages is standing in the middle of the fork, but there is no indication of which village he is from. The traveller approaches the man and asks him one question. From the villager's answer, he knows which road to follow. What did the traveller ask?
Riddle number 6
Four cars come to a four way stop, all coming from a different direction. They can't decide who got there first, so they all go forward at the same time. They do not crash into each other, but all four cars go. How is this possible?
Riddle number 12
A car's odometer shows 72927 miles, a palindromic number. What are the minimum miles you would need to travel to form another? Note:
(a palindrome can be read both forwards and backwards, like "Kayak")
Riddle number 10
A bus driver was heading down a street in Colorado. He went right past a stop sign without stopping, he turned left where there was a "no left turn" sign, and he went the wrong way on a one-way street. Then he went on the left side of the road past a cop car. Still - he didn't break any traffic laws. Why not?
Riddle number 11
A man drove to the store. He got out, and accidentally locked his keys in the car. He went in the store, and bought some milk. He came back out and unlocked the door without touching "anything" on the outside of the car. How did he do it?
Riddle number 15
Bill rode his bicycle 300 miles. Three tires were used equally in accumulating this distance. How many miles of wear did each tire sustain