Good job! When we use tuples as real-world objects, we typically create functions that operate on these tuples. Take a look:
_, price, mileage = car_tuple
if price > 50000 and mileage > 500000:
print('This is not a good deal: high price and high mileage!')
elif price < 10000 and mileage < 100000:
print('This looks like a really good deal: low price and low mileage!')
print('This looks like an OK deal.')
The function above is meant to estimate whether a given car is worth its price. Note that we used tuple unpacking on the second line to get access to certain elements of the tuple.