Here'* one I just saw!
Look, there'* a good way to figure this out. Google has extremely well calculated ad bots that figure out which ads to put here first based on the most general highest revenue earning paid ads. If you don't click on the ones that are useless, you can help filter them down to ads that actually are helpful. Click on those both to read about the products and also to train Google. Very few car items have paid picture ads, but overall it'* not too bad. From Google:
Ads are positioned on search result pages based on their Ad Rank. Ad Rank is determined by the matched keyword'* cost-per-click (CPC) bid and Quality Score. Learn more.
The ad with the highest Ad Rank appears in the first position on the right-hand side of the first search result page. The ad with the second-highest Ad Rank appears beneath it, and so on down the page. The right-hand side of a search result page can hold up to eight ads.
When more than eight ads are eligible to show for a particular search query, we continue showing ads on subsequent search result pages. We cycle through all the ads that are eligible to show, and then start over when we reach the end.
When ads appear in the top positions above the search results, the cycle becomes more complicated. High-ranking ads are eligible to show in top positions when they exceed a certain Quality Score and CPC bid threshold. Up to three ads can show in the top positions per page.