• Ryan's Mom: "The chassis is the body of the vehicle. It’s the first term a mechanic must learn."
• Ali's Mom: "The body of the car."
• Jeremy's Mom: "It’s pronounced chass-y. It’s somewhere under the hood. Don’t ask me where, but I know it’s under the hood. It’s pronounced in the French way."
• Wil's Mom: "Chassis is like the whole engine and everything, like the engine block, probably."
• Gavin's Mom: "The body of a car."
• Joe's Mom: "The car body."
Real Answer: The framework, to which the suspension, engine, transmission, body, etc., of a vehicle are fastened.
• Ryan's Mom: "A blowby is similar to a drive-by, only you’re going at a much faster rate of speed."
• Ali's Mom: "Somebody driving by very fast."
• Jeremy's Mom: "B-L-O-W-B-Y? Are you kidding me? Blobby. Um, that’s a code word for erectile dysfunction."
• Wil's Mom: "I have no idea—pretty sure it's a muffler."
• Gavin's Mom: "A fast speeding car passing another."
• Joe's Mom: "The sound the car makes as it passes you."