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Creating a Market for Electric Cars

- When Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903, it would go on to start a revolution for the American auto industry. Ford pioneered the assembly line and increased auto production substantially. Today, Ford is one of the most successful auto makers in the world. According to the company, a key factor of success is the focus on building relationships and placing the consumer first. Understanding the consumer and how they view business helps Ford to continue improvement ("Marketing strategy", 2010)....   [tags: Electric Cars Essays]

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Electric Cars Pros and Cons

- An electric vehicle is an automobile that is propelled by one electric motor or more, using electrical energy stored in batteries or another energy storage device. Some electric vehicles run one hundred percent on electricity, while others (hybrid electric vehicles) run partly on electricity and partly on some other fuel such as gas or diesel. Using electric vehicles that run one hundred percent on electricity would reduce the total primary energy consumed for personal transportation. There are more than 150,000 electric vehicles companies all over the world who construct and sell all kinds of electric vehicles....   [tags: Electric Cars Essays]

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Are You Ready For The New Cars ' Technologies?

- Automobile in Society Term Paper Ricardo Magalhaes da Silva Instructor: James VanDePolder, M.S. Topic: ARE YOU READY FOR THE NEW CARS’ TECHNOLOGIES. Introduction Since the invention of the car until today, the improvement that ground vehicles received was huge. Changes in the engine, in safety and the introduction of electronic devices that help the drivers in transit in many aspects. This term paper is going to comment about some the electronic devices present in vehicles and those that are coming....   [tags: Automobile, Transport, Vehicle, The Cars]

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Hybrid and Electric Cars

- Global climate change is becoming an ever more relevant topic, and the reality of the issue is becoming more apparent. Support is growing to combat the effects, and one of the assumed ways is by driving eco-friendly vehicles such as the Toyota Prius or other hybrid cars. However, after researching some questions arise of just how eco-friendly these products are. One will explore the environmental effects of hybrid and all-electric vehicles. There are also economic impacts and social factors that will be addressed and they directly affect the production and consumption of these vehicles....   [tags: alternatives to conventional fuel consumng cars]

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Modern Cars: A Hybrid Prius

- Hybrid Prius A hybrid car is a car which can run on two or more fuel sources. A Hybrid Prius is a vehicle that is fuel efficient with two motors. At low speed it runs on an electric motor powered by a battery pack, and at higher speed it runs by a gasoline engine. The two engines share work. This helps reduce the amount of gasoline-power energy required to move the car. The battery (lithium-ion battery) charges while the car is running. They undergo a constant change of charge. It receives energy from the generator through braking or transmission....   [tags: electric and fuel powered 2 motor cars]

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Adjusting to the Policy of Energy Efficiency: Hybrid Cars

- New technology has been emerging to help the environment. There have been many different inventions created in order to help protect our planet and to help people be more efficient with using energy. A popular invention is hybrid cars. The question is should consumers invest in buying one. Many people know about hybrid cars, but many people don’t know exactly how they work, therefore they find no interest in investing to buy one. Hybrid cars are extremely different than a gasoline car. Gasoline cars run off only gasoline, which produces more pollution that goes into the air....   [tags: Hybrid Cars, technology, ]

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Import Cars vs. Domestic Cars

- Muscle cars have always been a big in the United States such as the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro, and Chevrolet Corvette. These cars have been some of the most popular cars for the past 35 or more years, but over the past 20 years, Japanese cars are becoming more and more popular. Many people who are into muscle cars despise these 'imports' and people who are into these imports have the same feelings toward muscle cars. These two types of car lovers have a strong dislike for each other and these cars....   [tags: Compare Contrast Cars Car Essays]

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Changing the Reward System at Strauss Cars

- Strauss Cars is one of the leading car rental companies in Europe, operated in 25 countries with about 1250 points of sale. After strategic review in 2012, Board decided to change traditional values and to focus on organic growth and improve the quality of service to its customers. Also, Board decided to unite sales and marketing centers in Edinburgh; consequently, staff from Manchester and Cardiff will be offered redundancy or relocation. Implementation of Board new strategic plans is a big issue for a company overall and especially for employees from Manchester and Cardiff....   [tags: car rentals, strauss cars, reward strategy]

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Cars as a Symbol in The Great Gatsby

- Cars as a Symbol in The Great Gatsby Cars play a very important part in the telling of The Great Gatsby. The Great Gatsby is a very dark, unhappy book, and the cars really exemplify this. "…cars change their meaning and become a symbol of death" (Dexheimer). Cars also give the reader insight into some of the different characters in the book. One of the most important jobs of cars in this book is to foreshadow upcoming events. Throughout the book, there are many devastating and dark events that these cars represent....   [tags: Fitzgerald Great Gatsby Cars Essays]

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The Benefits of Hydrogen Cars

- The Advantages of Hydrogen Cars As you know, gas prices are going up. Nobody likes paying more money for gas and yet nobody is willing to do anything about it. Now that we are at war with the Middle East (the main gasoline providers) the gas prices are going to keep going up. Some people (like foreign ambassadors) say that trade with the Middle East is good for there economy, but I for one don’t like being dependant on foreign oil. That is where hydrogen fuel cells come into the picture. Rather than depending on a foreign countries oil, to provide fuel, businesses today should look to hydrogen as an alternative fuel source....   [tags: Hydrogen Cars Environmental Automobiles Essays]

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Hybrid Cars Not More Cost Effective

- If you listen to the car companies, hybrid cars are the best invention since sliced bread. While there are many reasons to buy a hybrid car, including a new tax incentive for US owners, it doesn't hurt to have a good understanding of how they work. This article explores the myths, benefits and drawbacks of owning one of these new "green" vehicles. Are hybrid cars really more cost effective. What is a hybrid car. Basically, it's a normal, fuel efficient car that has two motors – an electric motor and a gasoline powered motor....   [tags: Hybrid Automobiles Cars]

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Aerodynamics of Race cars

- The main focus in building and designing a successful race car is making it aerodynamically efficient. However, at the same time, the car must be versatile, durable, safe, and most important, fast. The challenge for the design team is to create car that can race on any type of track, weather it be on tight corners or long straight-aways. The aerodynamics of the race car is multi-functional. The first purpose is to make it as streamline as possible. The second purpose is to provide downforce for the race vehicle....   [tags: aerodynamics physics race car cars]

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The Efficiency of Hybrid Cars

- The Efficiency of Hybrid Cars      Transportation is a large concern in today’s modern world. Most individuals have opted to buy vehicles for their personal use. Most of these vehicles consume gasoline and a smaller proportion is hybrid based. These two types of vehicles have many similarities. The two such vehicles require an energy source and both types of vehicles provide an important function to society. That function is to provide people with a reliable form of transportation. Although these two types of vehicles have many similarities, their differences are what distinguish them....   [tags: Hybrid Cars Car Gasoline Efficient Essays]

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Types Of Cars : Steam Cars

- There are three main types of cars: steam, electric, and gas. Steam cars were the first type of car to be discovered in 1672 in China (Guarnieri 4). A steam engine uses high pressure and a piston rod to create the power. A steam engine uses high pressure and a piston rod to create the power. The first gasoline cars were invented and patented in 1885 in Germany. It was called a gasoline car because it uses an engine that runs on gasoline. A gasoline engine operates similarly to a steam engine. The cons of the first developed gasoline cars is that the gasoline engines were extremely loud and had a strong odor of gasoline while driving the car....   [tags: Plug-in hybrid, Electric vehicle]

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Hybrid Cars

- I have always wondered what Hybrid cars were all about. Especially because over the past couple of years gas prices have been at record highs. I knew that there were such things as electric cars but until this last year or so I have only seen the wealthy be able to afford to drive them. And from what I had heard about Hybrid cars was that they were over priced, small, and not so attractive cars. No wonder nobody owns them. Now I am starting to see them more often and they aren’t as bad as everyone had said....   [tags: Cars Car Hybrids Gas Essays Vehicle Automobile]

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Cars Of The Past Vs. Cars

- Cars of the Past vs. Cars of the Future Cars are amazing. All the different parts—the engine, the wheels, the gears, and all the fiddly bits like the windscreen wipers—came together, very gradually, over a period of about five and a half thousand years. People tended to stay put, living more locally than they do now. If they needed to move things about, they had to float them down rivers or drag them by sledge. All that started to change when humans realized the animals around them had raw power that they could use....   [tags: Automobile, Internal combustion engine]

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Hybrid Cars And Standard Cars

- This report is about the hybrid vehicles. It gives a brief definition of hybrid engines and shows how the hybrid engines started in the beginning of the twentieth century. Moreover, it explains the differences between hybrid cars and standard cars. Also, it mentioned some companies and countries that interested in producing hybrid cars, and the prices of their cars in the United State of America. Finally, it discusses the popularity of hybrid cars in USA and its factors. Hybrid vehicles are cars, which use both an internal combustion engine and an electric motor to obtain maximum power and fuel economy with minimum emissions....   [tags: Internal combustion engine, Electric vehicle]

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American Cars and Foreign Cars

- Cars in America are almost a way of living now. The car a person owns shows the world what kind of person they are. Most of those cars are ten of the major car companies that dominate the car market. There are over 250 million cars on the road in America. Five of those ten car brands are American brands. More people should buy American cars because of the incredible safety and reliability, distinct style, equal or better fuel economy, and the support of American jobs. American cars are built stronger and more reliable than foreign cars....   [tags: fuel economy, technology]

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The Human Conditions of Growth to Maturity Depicted in the Film "Two Cars, One Night" and the Book" Where the Wild Things Are"

- The film Two Cars, One night directed by Taika Waititi and the children’s book, Where the Wild Things Are written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, explore two key concepts of the human condition, characterised by the growth from immaturity to maturity and its contribution to the developing of relationships. In Two Cars, One Night, the gap in-between the cars represent a battleground between two forts, with insults such as “Hey ugly, ugly girl” and “Hey dick, I mean boy” thrown to and fro yet no body dares cross the gap....   [tags: two cars one night, where the wild things are]

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Differences Between Cars And Cars

- Differences amongst Vehicles More often these days you notice families with multiple vehicles. I have my particular reasons for owning both a car and truck. Both vehicles have their pros and cons and, for each person, these can vary. Although cars and trucks are both automobiles, they have many differences. Many individuals receive car insurance that is lower than if they were to have a truck. Car insurance tends to have a lower rate simply because cars can’t do as much damage. One other reason car insurance can be less costly, is that depending on the car, it doesn’t cost as much to replace if a claim is filed....   [tags: Automobile, Internal combustion engine]

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The Driving Cars Are Cars

- Imagine a world where driving is different. A world where it involves barely or maybe even no effort at all. You would also be able to do other things at the same time, like eating, sleeping, reading, accessing social media, basically anything that you can do while in your car. Getting to places would be more efficient because traffic would move faster. And the best part is that driving would be safer; less crashes, both minor and major. If you think that all of these improvement could never happen, then you are wrong....   [tags: Automobile, Renault, Personal rapid transit]

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Cars and their Enemies

- Cars and Their Enemies Summary In the July 1997 issue of Commentary, James Q. Wilson challenges the consensus among academia’s finest regarding the automobile in his bold article, Cars and Their Enemies. Directed towards the general public, his article discredits many of the supposed negatives of the automobile raised by experts, proves that the personal car is thriving and will continue to thrive because it meets individual preference over other means of transportation, as well as presents solutions to the social costs of cars....   [tags: Analysis, James Q. Wilson]

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Mercedes-Benz Cars

- The name Mercedes-Benz entails a plethora of thoughts from elegance to performance. Mercedes has a connotation of being the quintessential form of a German-made car. They combine luxury and performance to make the perfect vehicle. 'The best or nothing', the slogan for Mercedes-Benz sums up the past, present, and future for their company. The company’s two founders, (Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler) have been making history since the year 1886 ("A Star). The timeless body styling of all Mercedes-Benz models require no annual changes....   [tags: Germany, Luxury Cars, Automobiles]

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cars in china

- Due to a strong domestic demand for cars in China, car manufacturers are expected to sell 13 million cars this year. China is expected to overtake United States as the world’s No.1 car market next year. As the car export market is still being affected by the global economic downturn, China carmakers have been focusing on the Mainland China market which is more attractive. The expected growth is more than 50% and this trend will continue next year as per some forecast. The stimulus package, provided by the Chinese government in cutting consumption taxes on cars with small engine capacity and giving small car purchase subsidies to villagers, helps the car industry....   [tags: automobile]

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Electric Cars Are Truly The Best Cars Ever Created !

- The Future Car To this day I still remember the first time I saw an electric car. I remember coming home to my mother and telling her that I saw a car that runs on no gas. My mom, being the classic uneducated woman looks at me and said “what movie did you get that from”, I laughed as I searched it on my phone, and showed her the different models of electric cars. Soon after my mother was telling everybody how she would love to have the new sleek, trendy modern electric car “The Tesla”. Ever since the day I laid my eyes on that car, I sincerely found my fascination with electric cars....   [tags: Automobile, Electric vehicle, Renault]

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Reasons For Foreign Cars Over Domestic Cars

- Many Americans prefer foreign built cars over domestic built cars, according to national statistics; in 2015, the number one selling import car in America was the Toyota Camry( It is a compact, light car made in Japan. It has a small four or six cylinder motor that is both strong and fuel efficient. The labor in most foreign countries is cheaper also. People tend to be poorer and more willing to work for lower wages and less benefits. These cars are more fuel efficient, lighter, and sometimes safer because of the materials that go into making them....   [tags: Automobile, Internal combustion engine, Vehicle]

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Compressed Air Cars: Cleaner than Fueled Cars

- There are only a hand-full of alternatives to petroleum(or diesel)fueled cars in the world. such as electric cars,solar cars,vegetable oil cars,and even cars powered by ‘fast-food’ grease. but there is another type of alternative fuel for cars that many people do not know about,or even heard about,or even thought that this very simple element,(which we use every single day,and use it to survive) could ever be considered as an alternative fuel for cars.This element which you are using right now, is air. It seems like a brilliant,genius idea to use air,the most common simple substance in the world,as an alternative energy.So why do we not use it as one?well actually air has been used for t...   [tags: Environment, Alternative Energy, Fuel]

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How Hybrid Cars Have Over Gasoline Cars

- As we know hybrid cars were near popular when they first starting producing them because of high gas price about 5 to 10 years ago. People was like oh wow a car that can actually save gas which is half gas and half electric. The purpose of it to be hybrid is to conserve fuel when you really need it the most hybrids can get better mpg than some regular cars. When car Companies like Toyota and Honda started producing hybrids many more car companies like Lexus, Kia started to produce hybrids for the vehicles as well....   [tags: Internal combustion engine, Electric vehicle]

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Factors Affecting The Demand Of Cars

- There are four main factors influence the demand of cars. Firstly, the price of cars will affect the demand of cars. Secondly, the citizens’ income has the effect for the demand of cars. Thirdly, the government’s macroeconomic control policies will also effect the demand. Finally, the price of gasoline will affect the demand. The price of cars will caused movements along the demand curve. In addition, shifts of the demand curve for cars will be caused by the price of complement goods, the appearance of substitute products, citizens’ income and the government policies....   [tags: Supply and demand, Inverse demand function]

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The Pros and Cons of Hybrid Cars

- There has been many new technologies that are surfacing into our generation. These inventions are created in order to help protect our planet and help people to start being more efficient while using energy. One of these inventions is hybrid cars. Though hybrid cars are a known technology, not many people know exactly what they are all about. Since many people don’t know exactly what they’re about, they then really have no interest in purchasing one. Hybrid cars are very different from gasoline cars....   [tags: Pro Con Essays]

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Hybrid Cars: A Blessing or a Curse?

- Hybrid cars is a curse or a blessing I have always been interested in cars. Since my childhood I had the wish to know the mechanism of how cars work; so that I can build my own cars and eventually create and design my own brand. Due to the new revolution in car industry my interest in cars has gone even higher than before because these new revolution cars are environment friendly. This new revolution has been brought to the car industry by the introduction of hybrid cars because of the high fuel consumption and the increasing pollution; this is the best alternative despite the low performance and high maintenance cost, hybrid cars will overtake the conventional cars soon....   [tags: paralel, series, electric motors]

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Taking a Look at Hybrid Cars

- We all know that hybrid cars are the best. Especially if you watch the advertisements about hybrid cars you will think that buying a Hybrid car is the best choice for you. Companies always make you think that if you buy our car you will save the environment, make fewer stops at the gas station, and feel good about your green self. However the truth is that Hybrid cars are not that good because of the following reasons; first hybrid cars are more expensive than the normal version of the same cars, second, hybrid cars does not help very much in saving money compared to the gas cars and third, the hybrid cars has negative environmental impacts....   [tags: electromechanical engineering]

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The Problem Of Self Driving Cars

- Technology is evolving faster than ever these days, however there is one technology that could revolutionize the transportation industry. This technology is called autonomous cars, also known as self-driving cars. Autonomous cars can be defined as a vehicle that is capable of sensing its environment, and navigating without human input. Using different techniques such as GPS and radar, autonomous cars can detect surroundings, thus removing the human element in driving. This would have a positive effect in more ways than we could ever imagine....   [tags: Automobile, Road, Transport, Driverless car]

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The Electric Automobile And Electric Cars

- The electric automobile as we know today has changed within just a century ago. The idea that was of a work of concept to being a long living dream that has changed the automobile scene in many ways. It has also spawn a new era of alternative energy uses besides consuming oils in many things we use today. In many ways the current electric car could change in how we perceive the current electric cars and all of its benefits it brings. The evolution of the electric car is interesting from its’ history and the competition that was happening during the past, in the present day it how it has made a resurgence plus has created innovations in the automotive industry and electric cars do have poten...   [tags: Plug-in hybrid, Electric vehicle]

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Advanatges of Battery Operated Cars

- Throughout society, we as people have been harming our great nature with gasoline operated vehicles. Gasoline operated cars have many negative impacts on us. Some negative impacts may include polluting the air, being more dangerous, and more parts which leads the car to brake down easily. Other disadvantages of gasoline operated cars are the price you’re going to have to pay for gas, and having to warm up your car in the morning. For battery operated cars there will be no need for any of this....   [tags: cost, pollution, technolgy]

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Selling Cars And Making A Profit

- Selling Cars and Making a Profit, There 's many people who have created their own, at home business, of buying and selling cars for a profit and doing very well at it. You don 't need a huge capital outlay to start this business and not even a great mechanical knowledge, although naturally this would give you an advantage. However, if you are interested enough in cars, you will generally pick up a grasp of what goes wrong mechanically with cars, along the way. There 's plenty of books to learn all about this anyway....   [tags: Automobile, Internal combustion engine, EBay]

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The Benefits of Hybrid Cars

- For years, new technology has been, and continues to emerge in society. One aspect that has been affected greatly by it is the environment. There have been many different inventions created in order to help protect our planet, and to help people be more efficient with energy use. An upcoming and improving invention that has become very popular is hybrid cars. The question is not if these cars are more efficient and helpful to our environment, but whether consumers should invest in buying one. Many people know about hybrid cars, but just as many people don’t know exactly how they work....   [tags: environment, alternative energy, fuel]

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Should Cars be more Efficient

- Should Cars Be More Efficient. Since the industrial revolution, huge steps have been made in terms of discovering and utilizing new technologies and different types of fuel for the purposes of transportation. Before the advent of the modern automobile, the widely used means of transport were horses, carriages, and walking by foot. These means of transport posed major challenges due to the fact that transporting supplies from one warehouse to another was difficult. However, with the introduction of the first car, it was a great reap forward towards eliminating most of the transportation hurdles....   [tags: Transportation, Automobile Industry]

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The Death Of The Police Cars

- The police cars started to gain up on Lulissa as she fled down the sidewalk in the pale moonlight, as much as she tried to pick up her pace she knew she wouldn’t be able to outrun them. She could see the headlights from the police vehicles illuminating the area in front of her which means that the cops weren’t very far from her. She knew that she had to either have to find a place to lose them or she would be forced to have to stand her ground and engage the police. Her mind was racing with thoughts, Lulissa’s natural survival instincts and adrenaline were about the only things left keeping her awake, but she knew that she had to stay awake and focused, her very life might just depend upon i...   [tags: Constable, Police, Rock music]

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Discussing the Issue of Smoking in Cars

- This article discusses the amassed issue of smoking in cars in the presence of children and the response of the government to this problem. It dwells into the effects on government policies due to this drawback in England. The article relates to the topic of market failure. Market failure in a free market is defined as a condition where the allocation of goods is inefficiently done, resulting in an over allocation or under allocation of its resources. Market failures occur due to the presence of externalities....   [tags: market failure, government policies]

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Guns Should Be Regulated As Cars

- Nicholas Kristof argues that guns should be as regulated as cars are in america. His point is that the United States has put strict regulations on automobiles, but not on firearms. For example Kristof states that in recent decades the requirement of seatbelts and airbags, padded dashboards, and better bumpers has diminished car fatalities(162). With similar restrictions put on firearms, ,many lives could be saved. It is challenging to regulate guns as much as cars are today. It is not as simple as putting a few safety features on them and being done....   [tags: Firearm, Gun politics, Gun, Open carry]

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Electric Cars And Electric Vehicles

- Electricity is used as fuel to run all electric vehicles (EV). Electrical vehicles have one or more electric motors, they are used to power the car. Electricity is stored in rechargeable battery packs. Electric vehicles follow a very basic principle, the electric motors are directly connected to wheels and powered by electricity. They don’t involve any complicated drive shafts and engines. Whereas internal combustion engines (ICEs) use petrol or diesel to power a car. The process involved in gasoline car is complicated when compared to that electric vehicles....   [tags: Internal combustion engine, Petroleum]

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Hybrid Cars And Combustion Engines

- In today’s society the people of the world are at a constant battle on how to make the world we live in a better and safer environment. One of the most argued topic is whether we should update our technology and start driving hybrid/ electric cars or continue using a combustion engine. Both Hybrid cars and combustion engine cars are operated in different ways. Also, the prices for a vehicle with a single energy source has a higher cost for operation purposes and maintenance fees. However, the biggest comparison between these two sources is the a combustion engine contributes to more pollution than the hybrid car does....   [tags: Internal combustion engine, Electric vehicle]

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Hybrid Vehicles : Hybrid Cars

- Hybrid Vehicles The definition of hybrid is that it is a “thing made by combining two different elements that makes it a mixture”. Hybrid cars have become popular in the last few years, many people, including myself, have looked into the idea of owning a hybrid car for many different reasons. There are some major automobile manufacturers that are the most fuel efficient cars in the United States, such as Honda, Toyota, Ford and GM. One of those reasons is that hybrid cars help the environment, which is a very important topic nowadays....   [tags: Internal combustion engine, Electric vehicle]

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Marketing Reliability Of Mercedes Cars

- Product reliability as far as car brands are concerned is composed of genuine and long lasting products and spares. “Mercedes brand is durable indeed, although when it comes to spare parts the costs of acquisition are expensive.” (Keller et. al., 2012 p9) The parts are not compatible with spares from other car brands making it not easy to service. But, Ford cars are comparatively not long lasting. However, spares are compatible making it possible to replace the spares with that of different models....   [tags: Mercedes-Benz, Karl Benz, Automobile]

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Benefits Of Self Driving Cars

- If you need a way to make a product more appealing to consumers, make it self-operating. The most recognizable and popular one of these products may be the self-operating vacuum. Why take time out of your day to vacuum when you can have a little robot do it for you instead. That mindset is now being applied to pretty much everything now. The next thing up is the self-driving car. Why waste valuable time focusing on driving when you could instead be getting work done on your drive to work. It is true that self-driving cars come with positive and negative effects, but I believe that the positives outweigh the negatives....   [tags: Petroleum, Automobile, Accident, Renault]

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Key Strengths Of Amazing Cars

- Key Strengths Number of Dealers Amazing Cars has the following strengths in Period 4. Amazing Cars still has the largest number of dealers with 480. The other firms have the following: Firm B 294, Firm C 350, Firm D 432, and Firm E 395. Firm A did not add any extra number of dealers and neither did the competitors so that may Amazing Cars be at top of the game. 2. Alfa Sales Amazing Cars started with Alpha sales of 353 thousand units and is currently at 440 thousands units. This is an increase of 87 thousand units....   [tags: Finance, Investment, Stock, Marketing]

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Marketing Mix Of Passenger Cars

- REPORT Marketing Mix in Passenger Cars in India SUMMER PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED TOWARDS THE PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF UNDER GRADUATE DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARKETING MIX IN PASSENGER CARS SUBMITTED BY: ROHIT VIRMANI BBA IB (2013-2016) SUBMITTED TO:Mr. ADITYA GUPTA ENROLLMENT NO. A18333313106 AMITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, NOIDA AMITY UNIVERSITY – UTTAR PRADESH CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN This is to certify that I Nihal Gupta, a student of Under Graduate Degree in BBA (General) 2013 - 2016, Amity School of Business, Noida have worked under the able guidance and supervision...   [tags: Marketing, Automobile, Lists of automobiles]

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Reasons For Going Hybrid Cars

- 8 Reasons to Go Hybrid 8 Reasons to Go Hybrid Sales of hybrid vehicles in the United States have jumped from 17 sales in 1999 to 470,383 in 2014.[1] The annual growth rate of the hybrid market has advanced across all makes and models and includes luxury vehicles, family sedans and economy vehicles. Hybrid car owners can save hundreds of dollars on fuel costs, receive tax incentives and driving perks and find hybrid vehicles in attractive models from their favorite manufacturers.[2] Hybrid Technology Becomes Increasingly Common This article will explore some of the benefits of going hybrid, which include getting lower fuel costs, driving greener, cutting noise pollution and reducing dependen...   [tags: Internal combustion engine, Hybrid vehicle]

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The Future Of Autonomous Cars

- Autonomous cars has many benefits for us human beings living on this earth. Even though autonomous vehicles will have a negative impact on our economy, they claim to keep our environment clean while keeping us safe with advanced technology in the near future. As human driving errors become more of an issue for our safety and environment car manufactures are looking to invest into making autonomous cars to help save many lives and reduce the CO2 emissions by eliminating wasteful fuel consumption of fossil fuel....   [tags: Greenhouse gas, Carbon dioxide, Driverless car]

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The Middle Cars Of The Train

- Once revolution takes place, the tail members that were previously caged in the last car are abruptly released into the rest of Snowpiercer. As the revolution makes its way through successive compartments of the train, the train itself begins to reflect a live-action flowchart of the class system in a hierarchal society. The middle cars of the train are treated with extensive time in this section of the film, reflecting the actual density of the middle class in the social hierarchy. Bong Joon-ho’s concentration on the middle to upper class allows him to convey his message to what he sees as the bulk of a stratified class system....   [tags: Middle class, Working class, Social class]

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Science Is The Cars We Drive

- This may be my own lack of understanding upon itself, the very thing that needs to be combated and is of subject of this module’s reading, but is not science in almost every component of our modern lives. Like Zitman said in ‘Public Understanding of Science’, science isn’t one entity that can be neatly tied up in the bow and presented to the public like a spectacle, because science is such a broad term. Science is the cars we drive, because even the earliest of combustion engines don’t just rain from the sky, they are created and tweaked and recreated, science is the food we eat, with all the GMOs that people throw disdain at yet is the reason we can feed our first world’s ever growing popul...   [tags: Mind, Thought, Human, Psychology]

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The Invention of Flying Cars

- There are many inventions of the future that people either know or hope will happen and some inventions that people have never thought that would happen in this or the next lifetime. For instance, one piece of future technology that I believe may come to pass is the invention of flying cars. Since the time of being young and watching the Jetsons, many people have been waiting to see the first flying car. While bringing up the idea of a flying car to a lot of people would seem absurd or downright impossible to some, I actually believe that it is very much so possible to create given how far technology has come in the past few decades....   [tags: future, prediction, technology]

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Price Forecasting For Used Cars

- TITLE: Price forecasting for used Cars. NAME(S): Rishabh Rana 1459503 ABSTRACT The number of used vehicle market continues to grow in every part of world including New Zealand, with an increase of 15% in the sales of used as well as imported used cars than last year. The task is to create a system software that allows us to predict the price for cars based on several attributes such as car’s condition, engine, current market value, background details, mileage, model, and make year, etc. The work is how to make machine so that it can learn those attributes and generates the price of car using them....   [tags: Regression analysis, Forecasting]

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Case Study: Electric Cars

- In this case study I will be discussing advantages and disadvantages of electric cars. Electric cars are cars that are powered by electricity. Electric vehicles are an important part of cutting emissions and reducing global warming. The battery of an electric car stores electrical energy. The electric motor is coupled to the wheels through gears; it converts 59-60% of electrical energy into the wheels. The battery runs the motor which allows the car to move. Electric cars are necessary as they will save money, because electricity is cheaper than gas....   [tags: battery, economical, emissions]

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Electrical and Conventional Cars

- Over nine million people in the Philippines were affected due to an enormous and strong tornado called “typhoon Haiyan” which took place in early November 2013. This tornado has resulted in the destruction of three whole islands of the series of the Philippines islands. This event calls to mind the previous historical tornados that resulted in massive destruction. The tornado Sandi, a strong tornado, hit the United States in September 2012 and translated its power as devastation in the south eastern coast of Miami, Florida....   [tags: Comparative Essay, Environment]

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Cars, beneficial or detrimental?

- Ever since 1807 the world has forever been altered by one technological breakthrough. What invention is this you ask. The invention of the automobile. The effect of the automobile has been tremendous on one’s everyday life in the U.S. The American societydoes not just look at the car as a bunch of sheet metal but rather and extension of your personality by the speed of it, gas mileage and how impacting of a vehicle it is. The automobile is and incredible feat and won’t be going anywhere anytime soon....   [tags: Model T, Air Pollution]

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Cars Run Over Buses

- Cars run over Buses It is the speed of the wheels that ignites excitement; it is the sound of the engine that attracts attention, and it is the grip on the steering wheel that gives the sense of control. You will never experience these ideals by riding the public transportation. As someone who took the public transportation and as a driver, I know the financial issues and environmental effects of owning a car; however, there are still advantages of cars that run over public transportation. As a driver, I know it can be a hassle when finding a parking spot in busy urban areas and paying for the parking fee can sometimes be pricy....   [tags: Transportation]

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Cars and Advanced Technology

- ... The result of the failure of airbag deployment could cause the airbag to not deploy completely. This problem, if not acted upon, could lead to numerous fatalities in vehicular related accidents. The safety of vehicles is important because the tragedy of vehicular accidents is unexpected. Some automobiles today are equipped with as many as eight airbags in order to reduce the destruction of vehicle collisions. Another importance of vehicular technology is fuel efficiency. Gasoline is considered a nonrenewable source, meaning that it is a supply that cannot be reproduced or duplicated....   [tags: environment, transportation, industries, safer]

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Tesla Cars are Illegal?

- Electric cars are attempting to bring on an uprising. A modern company, Tesla Motors, is bringing the all-electric car to life. Tesla has been very successful in the past couple of years, engineering a vehicle that will impress safety standards. Although it has been quite a bumpy ride along the way for CEO and founder Elon Musk of Tesla Motors. Tesla has big plans for the future. However, the plans will not be necessary unless Tesla is allowed to sell their vehicles directly to the consumer and not through dealerships....   [tags: electic automobiles, big franchise dealerships]

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Gas Cars vs Electric Cars

- I bet you didn't know that the first cars made were all mostly electric. But as time passed gas powered cars became more popular through the years. There were few if any electric cars available as timed moved on. Everyone believed that gas powered vehicles were more convenient than the electric powered ones. I believe that gas powered vehicles are better because gas powered cars have more function ability. The range that electric vehicles have is poor compared to gas vehicles. Electric vehicles don't function very well when the weather is cold....   [tags: Environmental Problems, Environment Pollution]

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The Pioneers and Cars

- The Pioneers and Cars With the popularity of movies like The Fast and the Furious and its sequel Too Fast Too Furious, import car culture has now become mainstream. What had started out as a small subset of Southern California car culture has quickly become part of American culture. In the same way hot rodding of the 50s and muscle cars of the 60s was a cultural lifestyle of the youths of that era, the import scene is now the new car culture of our generation. Car culture runs deeply in California....   [tags: American History Asians Essays]

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Hybrid Cars

- When gas prices started to rise, along with the concern about the long-term availability of fossil fuels, interest in hybrid cars increased quickly. They have significantly higher fuel efficiency compared to their standard gasoline counterparts, and make more effective use of the energy produced by the engine. In the early 2000’s several celebrities started driving hybrids, which also helped make them fashionable to own in addition to practical. Now most car manufacturers have one or more hybrid options, including cars and SUVs....   [tags: Conservation ]

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Electric Cars

- The future American commuter will undoubtedly have to transition from the use of fossil fuels to new alternatives due to the diminishing availability of the nation’s oil resources. How will America respond to this upcoming issue. It is difficult to predict which alternative fuel source America will ultimately choose, but with the premier of Nissan’s electric powered Leaf and other companies; such as Tesla Motors and Chevy, with their electric cars ready for market, the electric car may be winning the race to become the new standard for the gasoline alternative....   [tags: Automobiles]

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As Gass To Cars

- As Gass To Cars As gas to cars, food is human’s source of energy. If there is no food there is no energy,If there is no energy the body cannot work, in other words, dies. But the concept of food has changed throughout history. In fact, the concept of food in one period differs from one place to the other and from one class to another. Food serves from a surviving necessity, to a luxury, to a consolation of the soul. Personally, I think that people today have forgotten about the main function of food, and instead of eating to live they live to eat....   [tags: essays papers]

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Hybrid Cars

- Introduction A hybrid vehicle is a vehicle that is powered by two or more power sources to move the vehicle (Lampton 2009). Among the types of power sources are electricity, petrol, and hydrogen gas. As of 2011, the world’s best selling hybrid, the Toyota Prius, on sale since 1997 has sold over 3 million units worldwide. Sales of other hybrids are also picking up. (Schwartz 2011) There are 3 different power trains that are used by production hybrids. Only 12% of survey respondents knew this (Personal Survey 2012)....   [tags: Automobiles ]

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Electric Cars Today

- Electric Cars The technology of electric cars has been around since the beginning of the nineteenth century but soon disappeared as the gasoline-powered engine took the limelight. It took until the seventies with oil prices at new heights that electric cars even became considered as an alternative. The main reasons the public identifies electric cars to be unattainable is because of their high cost and limited capabilities. In the early developing stages electric cars were extremely costly, basic, and so limited from a technical standpoint that many people thought buying a golf cart would be more practicable....   [tags: technological advancements, gasoline, engine]

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Driverless Cars Are The Future Of The Automobile Industry

- Many feel that driverless cars are the future of the automobile industry. When someone hears “Robot cars hitting the road soon” is that guarantees that the roads will still remain safe. With the rapid growth of technology through the centuries more specifically computer software, the issue arises of whether or not roads and other drivers will be safe behind the wheel. Currently there is very few knowledge on how driverless cars will be engineered, which brings concerns to peoples eyes. Subsequently, driverless cars can be prone to hacking, which leads to out of control situations for drivers behind the wheel....   [tags: Automobile, Transport, Personal rapid transit]

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Electric Cars : A Good For Our Environment

- Electric Cars Buying a car is usually going to be the first big purchase a person will make in their life. It is actually considered the second biggest purchase, right behind buying a house. Cars now can do things like park themselves and even drive themselves. Electric cars are also a thing that is getting a lot of attention and studies show that they will be what dominate our streets and highways in the near future. Many people turn to electric cars because they are very efficient to our pockets....   [tags: Electric vehicle, Electric car]

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History Of Cars And Self Driving Vehicles

- 1. Introduction/overview of topic and issues to be discussed: While the idea of self-driving cars seems futuristic and far away, society is actually very close to seeing them on the road. Taking the wheel away from humans and putting them into the hands of computers and artificial intelligence will obviously change travel forever. As a result, there are many questions that need to be addressed before people feel comfortable trusting automated vehicles. What type of technology will be necessary to ensure self-driving cars operate safely and think like humans....   [tags: Automobile, Vehicle, Road, Traffic]

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Hydrogen Powered Cars

- Cars are a necessity in most parts of the world. People use them to travel and transport various goods from place to place but like most things cars have a dark side. They require a form of fuel to run. Today most cars run using gasoline or diesel, both petroleum based products. These fuels are awesome and have helped push society and provided a relatively inexpensive way to fuel vehicles without many of the side effects that come up when trying to find a good fuel source. However they do have some major issues that trouble many people....   [tags: Fuel Cells, Alternative Resources]

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Car Technology of European and American Cars

- The world of technology is ever changing and advancing. With the automotive industry in play technology is constantly surpassing what is available today with what can be done for tomorrow. Technology and the automotive industry go hand in hand with constant improvement to components of cars. Due to technology advancement there is competition within the car industry, especially between American car companies and European car companies. European car companies provide their buyers with innovative variety and revolutionary luxuries....   [tags: blind spot mirror,car companies,car industry]

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Driving Cars : The Future Of The Automotive Industry

- Lately there has been a great deal of news about the soon to be technology of self-driving cars. With more big-name technology companies working on self-driving cars such as google and apple, along with major car manufacturers, it has become apparent that they are the future of the automotive industry. One of the biggest concerns with having self-driving cars is that they have the potential to completely replace human labor and destroy millions of jobs. This report attempts to compare the economical benefits of introducing self-driving cars to the market with the cost of rendering driving-related jobs futile and answer the questions relating to the effects of the new technology....   [tags: Automobile, Truck, Automotive industry]

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Are Humans Ready For Self Driving Cars

- Are Humans Ready for Self-Driving Cars. Sci-Fi writers often predict what would come true in the future. The new advances in science and technology have made more of those predictions a reality. Years ago, autonomous cars were pure science fiction. Today however, driverless cars are real, and they seem to be a tangible option for the near future. Several carmakers are currently investing in the development of self-driving cars. Companies like Google, Uber, and Tesla already have prototypes running on the roadway....   [tags: Driverless car, Personal rapid transit]

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The Impact Of Technology On Cars On Public Roads

- When we think of cars, we usually think of vehicles that must have an operator to propel them, but that might change in the near future, as cars increasingly become autonomous. There is substantial evidence proving their usefulness for drivers, the most significant of which is considerably cutting down the number of automobile accidents. However, great technology comes at a big price, and there is no guarantee that the technology will suffice to replace people as the driver. Among all the opinions about this new phenomenon, one thing is certain: these technologically advanced cars will change driving as we know it forever....   [tags: Automobile, Driverless car, Vehicle, Motor vehicle]

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Environmentally Friendly Cars

- When I was younger, I remember begging my mom at every toy aisle in the department store to buy at least one hot wheel car that I picked out. I had a problem; I had an undying thirst for these tiny cars in those recyclable blue cardboard and plastic packages. I used to pretend that I was a small person, small enough to fit in the cool cars I bought with just a glimmer of hope that maybe I would be able to fit inside and drive away. That never did happen though, but I had an indomitable dream. I had the patience that maybe one day, I would be able to drive my own actual car....   [tags: automotive industry, global warming, fuel]

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The Decision Making By Self Driving Cars

- The second Ethics Case discussed in class this semester was about the morals and ethical dilemmas of decision making by self-driving cars in the event of an emergency. Companies such as Tesla, Uber partnered with Volvo, and Google are just a few examples of the efforts being made to introduce a driverless car to roads of the U.S. by 2020. There are great number of benefits to owning and operating driverless vehicles. A major goal of self-driving cars is to dramatically reduce human error involved when driving....   [tags: Automobile, Driverless car]

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The Best Technology for Cars Company: Retail Stores that Sell Devices for Cars

- INTRODUCTION: THE BEST TECHNOLOGY FOR CARS COMPANY EXPANDED OVERSEAS The purpose of this report is to analyze Spain’s economy and compare their way of doing business with our way. So, we can determine what changes our company has to make, and how it needs to be organized according to Spain’s business customs. In particular, this report explains the following questions: • Why expand to Spain. • What is important to know about Spain before doing business. BACKGROUND: INTRODUCING SPAIN The Best Technology for Cars Company is retail store that sell high technology devices for cars since 2001....   [tags: spain´s economy, europe, customs]

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Electric Powered Cars

- ... The process is quicker than the time it would take to fill up a gasoline car at a gas station (Tesla). This will be attractive to long distance drivers and to those who often go for road trips or vacations. As this is a new idea, it will take time to build these stations, but the idea is nonetheless clever. The most advanced and green version of electric cars is the hydrogen fuel cell car. The most advanced car of this type is the Honda FCX Clarity. This car is powered by hydrogen that is forced into a fuel cell that produces electricity....   [tags: enviornment, alternative, effective, cost]

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A Brief Note On The Fuel Efficient Cars

- Transportation Transportation is a very important in life, whether it is by air, land, or sea. Now a days, a car is almost as much of a basic human need as shelter. Without a mode of transportation, it would be almost impossible for a person to go to work on a daily basis. A trip that a person can cover with a car in less than five minutes, would take that same person fifteen minutes if he were to walk that same distance. Having a car, however, also comes with many expenses. One of the main expenses is gasoline....   [tags: Automobile, Internal combustion engine, Petroleum]

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