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So you're driving home after a long day at work when a craving for a double cheeseburger and large fries suddenly kicks in. You can't resist, so naturally you pop by the nearest drive-thru to satisfy it, with the thought of eating once you arrive at your destination.

You run into traffic afterwards as the tantalizing scent of deep-fried spuds begins to permeate the cabin. It's torment. It's at this very point wherein drivers are separated into two distinct groups. You either: A) give in, open that paper bag and munch away, car interior be damned; or, B) you suck it up because you'd rather starve than risk a single drop of ketchup desecrating your vehicle's cabin.

We'll be honest. Plenty of staffers here at Top Gear Philippines proudly represent Group A. This doesn't mean we don't take care of our rides, as we abhor stains inside our cabins just as much as the next guy. It simply means our appetites are just as important a priority. We do exercise caution when eating on the go, though.

Regardless of where you stand regarding this matter, it's all good. To each his own basically. With this in mind, we'd like to ask you guys, our readers, what you think about people eating inside your cars. Do you do it? Is it a major no-no, or is it alright? Let us know by answering the poll below:

Is it okay to eat inside your car?

Hell no! Get your greasy paws away from my interior, man!

Hey, when you've got to eat, you've got to eat. Right?

Only if my friends are persistent.

Car? What car?

 

Drei Laurel
Online Editorial Assistant
Drei's passion for driving began not behind the wheel of a car, but in front of a keyboard and computer screen, playing 'Need For Speed' for hours on end with his twin brother.
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