• Ryan's Mom: "Mono = one. Coque = grilled sandwich. A monocoque is a french term for one grilled sandwich, which many auto mechanics prefer to eat for lunch."
• Ali's Mom: "A place near France?"
• Jeremy's Mom: "I would say that it is...an island somewhere off of the Galapagos. It’s part of the Galapagos Island Chain."
• Wil's Mom: "Mono is single, so it’s a single engine car. Or first gear."
• Gavin's Mom: "Monocoque sounds like a high end Moroccan hotel."
• Joe's Mom: "A fancy French sports car."
Real Answer: A vehicle, in which the body shell carries all the structural strength without chassis rails.
12. Body Style
• Ryan's Mom: "The body style refers to two-door, four-door, convertible, etc. A mechanic should know all types of body styles before applying for a job as an auto mechanic."
• Ali's Mom: "The way a car looks."
• Jeremy's Mom: "If I was going to have to a car, what body style would I want? Box-y."
• Wil's Mom: "What the car looks like...like if it’s a square or not."
• Gavin's Mom: "The type of body the car wears and is designed for, as in a Volkswagen being a round style."
• Joe's Mom: "Body Style describes the type of car—for example, a sedan, a hatchback, an SUV, a truck."