Honda is supporting Channel 4 documentaries and calling for your real-life Honda stories.
Honda is asking real-life customers to be the stars of their short films which accompany the the Channel 4 documentaries.
Already Honda have four short features on people who use their products in unusual ways, and looking for someone to be the subject matter of its fifth.
If you use Honda, you can get in touch via the Honda website to tell your weird and wonderful tale. Honda's support for Channel 4 will continue throughout 2011 and started with the Cutting Edge documentary, Bums, Boobs and Botox.
The short films or indents already feature Philippa, an alpaca breeder in Oxfordshire, who tends to the animals on her farm using her trusty Honda ATV, with an intriguing film about night fishing coming soon.
Honda users who have told their story on the website include Robert Mitchell, who has aimed to prove that hybrids can be cool with his remodelling of his Honda CR-Z GT.
The site also features sheep farmer Adrian Bell who uses his Honda generator to power sheep scanners, as soon as the sheep become pregnant.
And Nigel Farquhar, a volunteer Motorcycle Escort for British Cycling. He uses his Honda Transalp to stay ahead of the riders and make sure the road ahead is safe.
Take a look at Philippa's story of farming alpacas in the UK on the Honda site, along with other films, articles and interesting stories. You can also uploaded you own stories and photographs about how you use your own Honda product. Pop along to the Take Part section of the site and you could be the star of your very own documentary.