Stick shift transmission cares with automatic transmission cars Why are stick shift cars so popular anyway? They are more difficult to drive, and you must be skilled to drive them. Why not choose an automatic easy ride, which can turn hour driving in to comfort, especially while driving in heavy traffic? If this is what you think, you must read this essay before you make up your mind. The purpose of this essay is to contrast stick shift transmission cars with automatic transmission cars.
People who don’t like to drive usually will choose an automatic car and this can be a problem. They often do not pay as much attention as they should. Automatic cars have improved through the times with modern chips that have developed better shifting and a better response by just pressing the gas pedal. Stick shift cars are more fun because they are more challenging. For example, race cars use manual transmissions.
The retrieval set is really important to car companies because it determines whether their newly produced cars will sell well or not. Usually, most car ads only show the car being driven with a landscape in the background. It is hard to achieve the purpose of putting the image into consumers’ minds since they do not stand out. However, 2014 Kia Soul commercial is so successful that it has
Teens do not realize the danger of speeding. Not only can they kill or injure themselves, but they can also kill or injure other innocent drivers on the road. Another huge issue is using seat belts. A seatbelt is the single most effective safety device in your car. (Digest, 2008) Getting pulled over, getting a speeding ticket or even having a fender bender seems like the end of the world to teens, but fatality is the real issue.
The current P-plate laws are extremely affective in reducing accidents on the road.This is because they deal with many of the dangers p-plate drivers face while driving, including distractions, driving speed, peer pressure and driver safety. To begin with, the current p-plate laws are affective in reducing accidents while driving because they deal with the important issue of distractions. An example of a distraction that is dealt with by the current p-plate laws is mobile phones. Mobile phones cannot be used by p-plate drivers when driving or while the car is moving or stopped but not parked. This helps to stop accidents because it removes distractions from a p-plate driver so they can focus solely on driving.
The car may have an added cost more than the targeted price but once the consumers prove the good quality and high safety of the car the good reputation of the company will help in gaining back the added amount invested in the car to improve its safety. If that is not convincing to the management, then I would suggest informing or warning the public on the risk carried by the Pinto car. The company with passion to stay on top of the competition however will surely decline such suggestion. If I will no see no any success on convincing the people involved in the company to make ethical decision on marketing the Pinto Car, I would not hesitate to take courage to
New Car Vs. Used Car Federico De La Garza, Jr. Grantham University Buying a new car is better than a used car. How many times have we had this argument with ourselves or with friends and family? The benefits from having a new car outweigh the purchase of a used car for mere reasons such as ease of mind, better warranties and better trade in values. These are only some reasons but they are predominantly the three main reasons to buy new instead of used. Let’s begin with the ease of mind when purchasing a new car.
The next rhetorical device I noticed was a stereotype of teenagers – “teens take greater risks: driving while intoxicated, speeding and not using safety belts”. This negative implication is that all teen drivers behave this way. I personally know several teenage drivers that are sticklers for following the rules of the road and behave responsibly when they are driving. This article was also had several examples of proof surrogate devices, for example: Some people think they have a better chance of survival if they are thrown from the car. Studies show that those who did not wear seat belts… Some think that if your car is equipped with an airbag….
The risks of texting while driving are often unrealized, because it has not stopped drivers from sending a “quick” text from behind the wheel. People often assume that driving under the influence is the most threatening car distraction; however, studies prove that
There aren’t many ways to justify these laws except on the ground of paternalism. We will also discuss how these laws can either be truly paternalistic or are they simply rules to keep you safe. Cars have grown more and more complex over the years. They have gone on and on from metal to plastics the reason being that it makes cars safer and it makes a greater crumble zone. This is where the real money goes.