OK, here's one for those silly and embarrassing moments of car ownership. Have you ever owned a car for ages, and then discovered it has a feature that you never knew about? I've got several... last week I found that my Accord Tourer EX has not two, but three 12v sockets... the one by the ashtray, one in the boot by the light and last Weds I discovered there is another one with a cover in the centre console storage bin. I've only owned the car since last June/July and never noticed it before in spite of the number of times I am putting stuff in and out of it. My old car was a Mondeo saloon Ghia X.... for the first 7 months of ownership I thought it had rear seats that didn't fold because I could find no button on the seats to fold them down. Then whilst on a holiday in Norfolk I was getting the wheelchair out of the boot and had to reach right to the back, and as I was halfway in/out I kinda looked up and saw a pull rod of some sort... I pulled it, heard a click and the back of the seat came free and could be folded flat... If you knew the amount of times I had to crawl in that boot to retrieve stuff... you'd understand why the air turned blue for a few moments. Finally... after having an import MX6 for 2yrs, I figured out what the extra button was for on the front foglight switch. On a UK model, it was a simple switch, but on some imports it was divided in half, one turned them on... the other lit up but seemed to do nothing. Until one night I had accidentally turned both on whilst only having my sidelights on... and as I was turning a corner I thought I saw the light pattern in front of the car shift... Sure enough it had and I found that the foglights would turn with the steering to illuminate the road better in foggy conditions... Only took me the better part of 2yrs to find that out.