1. You’re genetically programmed to recognize a Renault 12 from miles away.
In France, the production of the Renault 12, first released in 1969 and ceased in 1980. In Romania, though, the model was produced and sold well into the 21st century, under the local brand name “Dacia.” For decades, the vast majority of the vehicles on the country’s roads were Dacias. Result? It’s in our DNA to spot one anywhere.