Q• How do you double the value of a Yugo?

A• Fill the tank with gas! (If it can still hold liquid. If not, put a can of beer in the back seat.)

Q• What do you call a Yugo that breaks down after 100 miles?

A• An overachiever.

Q• How do you fix a broken Yugo?

A• 1) Lift off the radiator cap.
A• 2) Push off cliff.
A• 3 drive brand-new one underneath radiator cap.
30-mile/3-day warranty included!)

Q• What is found on the last two pages of every Yugo owner’s manual?

A• A bus schedule.

Q• What do you call the shock absorbers inside a Yugo?

A• Passengers.

Q• What does a Yugo have in common with a Ferarri?

A• A Ferarri can go from 0 to 60 in 4 seconds.
A • A Yugo can go from 0 to 4 in 60 seconds.

Remember the Yugo? Jason Vuic would like to remind you of its not-so-illustrious story. The Yugo: The Rise and Fall of the Worst Car in History is Vuic’s book on the tiny, no-frills, breakdown-prone automobile imported from communist Yugoslavia in the 1980s that is better known today as a punchline than a piece of machinery that might (or might not) take you from point A to point Y.