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    was a need for a drive system, though, since those horses were no longer there. One thing that has remained common to every car is a motor and transmission system of some sort, but what varies greatly between cars is what is between the transmission and the wheels, also known as the drive train. There are many different styles of drive trains, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Front Wheel Drive The most common style of drive train is that of the front wheel drive, abbreviated FWD

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    how to drive in wintery conditions, but also in the aftermath of these storms. The first and probably most important thing to remember is to avoid driving in these conditions at all costs. You’re better off just waiting the storm out. There are many dangers that you will face if you want to leave during a blizzard. Some cars will be able to drive a little bit easier in these conditions then others; these are the 4 wheel drive cars. In a 4x4 (another name for 4 wheel drive), all 4 of the wheels on the

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    FWD and RWD: Why a RWD Is Better

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    battle between FWD and RWD last for 50 years. I’m writing this essay to prove that the RWD is the correct layout for 2WD vehicles. Customers are confused by the matter of which wheels actually drive the vehicle, and which is best for their particular needs. There are four main drive forms: front-wheel drive (FWD), rear-wheel drive (RWD), four-wheel drive (4WD) or all-wheel drive (AWD). Each has its advantages, and no single layout is best for all situations. Normally, sedan are based on the FWD and

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    Establishing What Factors are Taken Into Concern When Pricing a Second Hand Car My hypothesis on this investigation is based on my acquaintance of cars and its factor’s that may influence its price. My prediction is that the mileage of a car can affect the price of it second hand. This is because the more the car has travelled in its owner’s use the more likely the price of what the car is worth decreases. Another of my calculation is that age would influence the price; this is because that

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    Choices are often hard to make. When making a decision, you must consider the many options available, and then evaluate your options. Choosing a car to buy is not any different. In this case, I must choose between three - the Toyota Prius, Chevy Traverse, and the Honda Accord. In order for me to buy the car, it must: boast a good gas mileage, have a reasonable price, and be stylish while still being comfortable. I chose the 2012 Honda Accord. The 2012 Accord’s economic benefits certainly outweigh

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    indias safest cars

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    How often do you wake up to the news of a road accident that killed a few people in some part of the country? Almost everyday, right? Then you quickly browse through the other news and life goes on. Every year, over 80,000 people die on Indian roads; every five road accidents leave one dead. Yet, it's just a statistic, which hardly changes our apathy towards road safety. Yes, road safety is an unpleasant, boring subject, but remember, it affects us all. How safe is the car you are driving or about

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    Investigating What Affects Used Car Prices Introduction In this investigation I will see what affects the prices of a second hand car. I will analyse each category with tally and bar charts. For this investigation I will pick out 30 cars from the Internet. From these 30 cars I will see which cars affect the price of the second hand car. These are the cars I chose from the Internet. 10 BMW cars. 10 Audi cars 10 Mercedes cars

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    those who drive the vehicle as a status symbol. The first group of people is those that drive the vehicle for more practical purposes. According to the article Hummer, the hummer was built based on the concept of a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV or Hum-Vee). The HMMWV were military vehicles that provided aid to troops in rough terrain environments (2006, p.1). Therefore, a segment of the Hummer enthusiast population are the type of people that enjoy driving these vehicles off road

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    Safety Features in Automobiles

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    Safety Features in Automobiles "Motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of Americans under the age of 34. Every 22 minutes someone is killed in a crash" (Vince and Larry). Since 1990, many new safety features have been put into vehicles to help save lives. These features are Antilock brakes, airbags, OnStar, and four-wheel drive or all wheel drive. "One of the best safety features available is anti-lock braking system" (Gillis). Antilock brake system (ABS) is a safety feature that

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    Analysis and Fabrication of Four Wheel Steering Mechanism using Ackerman Condition Abstract: The main objective of this research is to analyse and fabricate the four wheels symmetric steering mechanism (4WM) to decrease the turning radius of the vehicle. The system being analysed here is a mechanical linkage between the rear and the front axle with rack and pinion mechanism at both the ends. This mechanical system is studied by kinematic analysis of the steering system by Ackerman condition and the

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