CHANCE IN A VEHICLE
Do I have a chance in your car?
There are still three chances in the car.
'Chance' could be any of:
|1.||likelihood that something will happen e.g. There's a strong chance we'll win.|
|2.||opportunity or opportune time e.g. I was given no chance to explain.|
|3.||gamble or risk e.g. You're taking a chance by not wearing a seat belt.|
supposed force that makes things happen:
|5.||raffle or lottery ticket: a ticket in a raffle or lottery|
|8.||something caused by luck or fortune.|
As it is evident, it is very ungrammatical to use 'chance' as shown in the two sentences earlier.
Rather, we use room or space. e.g.
Can I have a room in you car?
There are still three rooms or spaces in the vehicle.
That is English for you.