If you’re a dad, then you know how to tell a joke. It’s just in your DNA. The ONLY reason why your best material doesn’t always get a laugh is because your audience is so distracted. Take it from us, long road trips are a great place to test out your best zingers. The kids are strapped in, the doors are locked and with the road whipping by at 60mph, there’s no escaping your wit. If these driving-themed jokes don’t get a laugh, then they don’t get ice cream at the next stop and you’ll make them listen to financial planning podcasts for the next hour.
- A dad is washing the car with his son. After a moment, the son asks his father, “Do you think we could use a sponge instead?”
- My sister bet me that I couldn’t make a car out of spaghetti. You should have seen her face as I drove pasta.
- I’m such a bad driver. My navigation said, “in 300 feet, stop… and let me out.”
- Why does a chicken coop have two doors? If it had four it would be a chicken sedan.”
- What has four wheels and flies? A garbage truck.
- Street signs are gentle. They only ever hit cars in self-defense.
- I always choose the road less traveled. Now where the heck am I?
- What kind of car does an egg drive? A Yolkswagen.
- What kind of car does a Jedi drive? A To-Yoda.
- Where do Volkswagens go when they get old? The Old Volks Home.
- Money may not buy happiness. But I’d rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus.
- What do you call a Tesla drifting around a corner? An electric slide.
- Getting a new car for your teenager? Sounds like a great trade!
- Why did St. Patrick drive all the snakes out of Ireland? He couldn’t afford plane fare.
- If you run in front of a car, you’ll get tired. If you run behind, you’ll get exhausted.
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