Cars Essays

  • Cars

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    automobile has changed the lives, culture, and economy of the people and nations that manufacture and demand them. Ever since the late 1800s when the first “modern” car was invented by Benz and Daimler in Germany, the industry has grown into a billion dollar industry affecting so many aspects of our lives. There are more than 400 million passenger cars alone on the roads today. During the early part of the twentieth century, the United States was home to more than 90 percent of the world’s automotive industry

  • Cars

    1479 Words  | 3 Pages

    Cars One of the most important steps in becoming an adult is your first car. When you have a car, you don’t need to rely on other people for rides to and from where you want to go. You also learn a great deal, thus making you a more responsible person. I live in Putney, a small town in southeastern Vermont, but I worked and went to school in Brattleboro. Brattleboro is a slightly larger town about a half an hour south of Putney. Since we had to keep stopping to pick up kids, the bus ride

  • Import Cars vs. Domestic Cars

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    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

  • Imported Cars

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    “That is going to be my car one day”. Stickers are the main characters in import car shows. You can always get stickers of anything and about anything if your car is great, as any import car owner hopes it to be. To have millions of people admire your car as much as you do, your car will need to be unique by using manufacture logos. The manufacture owner then gives you their logos, turbo chargers, leather seats, exhaust systems, and so on. It is obvious that import cars are more for looks then speed

  • Car Statistics Coursework

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    Car Statistics Coursework I am trying to work out what factor makes a car decrease in value the most. I have chosen a large sample of cars which have had a service history and erased some of the factors that I think I will not need. The factors I am not using are make and model, colour, engine size, fuel, MOT, tax, insurance, doors, style, seats, air conditioning, gearbox and airbags. I have also got rid of the cars that do not have all of the sufficient information. I am using how

  • A World Without Cars

    1984 Words  | 4 Pages

    A World Without Cars James Q. Wilson the author of the article "Cars and Their Enemies" briefly ponders the possibility of our world without personal automobiles. He speculates whether our current society would welcome the invention of the personal automobile into a fictitious world without cars. Wilson immediately answers no. Wilson knows, as many well-informed individuals and experts do, that the personal automobile is responsible for contributing to pollution, destruction of rural and wilderness

  • The Pioneers and Cars

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    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

  • Electric Cars

    1061 Words  | 3 Pages

    The issue of electric car has been arising nowadays. But many of us never really find a true example of the uses of electric cars in everyday life. From the article “Electrical Engineering”, an Australian built his own electric car from a second hand Porsche. The article proves that having a private electric cars is no longer a dream. But do all people know the good things and the bad things about having a private electric car? Now, what electric vehicles really are? Simply put, electric vehicles

  • Gas Cars vs Electric Cars

    1667 Words  | 4 Pages

    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

  • American Cars and Foreign Cars

    915 Words  | 2 Pages

    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

  • Car Dealerships

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    For this project I decided to visit three car dealerships and make my observations. The first dealership that I visited was Westboro Auto Exchange, which is a small used car dealership that sells a variety of cars. The second dealership that I visited was Duddie Ford, which is a large dealership that sells mostly new midrange priced American cars and trucks. The third dealership that I visited was Foreign Motor West, which is an average size dealership that specializes in selling BMWs. Upon arriving

  • Cars

    667 Words  | 2 Pages

    Radiator Springs-a small town that made big changes to race car Lightning McQueen’s life and career. In the Pixar movie Cars, directed by John Lasseter, Lightning McQueen, a talented, but arrogant, rookie race car ends up in a town called Radiator Springs as he travels to California to compete for the Piston Cup. Unable to reach the outside world, he is stuck in the run-down town. Fortunately, through Lightning’s experiences with the cars of Radiator Springs, McQueen learns some important life lessons

  • Car Crash Forces And Car Safety

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    Car crash forces and car safety are important things to understand when driving. Using Newton's laws of motion, how does a car crash happen scientifically? Besides looking at safety features your car has, to prevent you from getting in a crash such as car cameras, horns, and GPS, what other forces in the car prevent you from getting injured? After participating in many labs dealing with how the force works and reading an article called, “Car Safety” I found some answers to those questions. Forces

  • The Electric Car: The Future Of Electric Cars

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    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 Future of Technology in Cars

    5578 Words  | 12 Pages

    The Future of Technology in Cars “Need to check traffic conditions? Or your email? You can visit the Internet from the driver’s seat of your car. Lost? Onstar will guide you to your destination. Tired? Hungry ? OnStar’s concierge service will handle hotel and restaurant reservations. Stranded? OnStar will contact the nearest tow truck service and send help to any location. Important phone call to make? Just call out the number and you’re connected, all at your fingertips twenty-four hours

  • Disadvantages Of Cars

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    Cars, a mode of transport used in all our daily lives. Over decades cars are evolving and being revolutionized by science to improve efficiency and safety. Efficiency defines how fast our cars move, how much fuel they waste per mile, how safe our cars keep us, how proficiently a car drives. To keep our cars productive there are many chemical reactions that occur to keep these factors perfect. The two that are primarily focused about in the essay are fuel combustion and airbags. Every instance the

  • Car Safety

    1116 Words  | 3 Pages

    CAR SAFETY Active and Passive: Car safety features are grouped into two categories: Active and Passive. Active feature are designed to reduce the likelihood of a crash. Things such as tires, brakes, lights and steering are active features. The most important of all of them however is the driver. Passive safety features aim to reduce the damage done to a car’s occupants in the event of a crash. These include things like seatbelts, airbags, and crumple zones. For all these features any car can still

  • Oil In Cars

    650 Words  | 2 Pages

    How to Change the Oil in your Car For many people changing your oil is hard and confusing. The average american will change their oil about every six months or 7,000-10,000 miles. If your car has less than 100,000 miles you can put in non-synthetic oil, but with non-synthetic oil you’ll have to change it every 4,500 to 6,000 miles and non synthetic is cheaper. If your car has more than 100,000 miles it is recommended to put in full synthetic oil. It is more expensive but it runs better in engines

  • Muscle Cars

    1511 Words  | 4 Pages

    When a person sees a modern muscle car, like the 2012 Camaro for example, does he ever wonder about how that design came about? What about when and why? Has he ever thought about how those cars have changed our world today? Or what about what makes a muscle car a muscle car as opposed to a sports car or some other car? Historical events and societal changes have influenced the production of muscle cars, and in turn they have changed the car industry by researching and developing speed technology

  • Car Autonomy

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    created from autonomous cars will aid the economy and improve the total value of goods produced and services provided in the U.S.( a.k.a the GDP). Car autonomy will also help lots of companies branch out and make their services better. The three main types of companies that would benefit from pursuing car autonomy are taxi services, commercial companies (any company that uses trucks to transport goods), and car companies.