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The song was written by Australian singer Ted Mulry and guitarist Les Hall, and was the first hit for the band in Australia. A cover version of the song was released by David Hasselhoff in Australia on 22 January ahead of his first tour there, and was later released on iTunes UK on 2 October It received publicity from the "Get Hasselhoff to Number 1" campaign, which originally campaigned to get " Looking for Freedom " released but later switched its attentions to "Jump in My Car". According to Hasselhoff, the video was intended as a joke, a parody of himself. Most notably, due to the video being filmed in Australia, the car was right hand drive.
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