What are the safety concerns about seat belts/ air bags/ brakes? I have included the fundamentals of a car that would be created in the time of 2009-2010, and compare with past car designs probably from the year 1996 to 2005. I have compared traffic rules from other countries with Bangladesh, which also may be the cause of car crashes but it does not hold relevance to the safety issues that I have mentioned but it is included for further knowledge. Many mechanics and engineers have stated that safety measures in certain new models of the cars are 100% effective. This is something we can debate over but I have also included the thoughts of people towards that statement, whether they agree with it or not.
Electric Car Conversion Cars are one of the most significant inventions that man has ever made. It has emerged as the primary means of transportation because it's fast, elegant and comfortable. From the time of the steam powered coaches until the most recent sedan, cars have the primary source of transportation in the world. However, this usefulness has been shadowed by its negative effects on the environment. It is because cars contribute to almost more than one - third of air pollution.
I also think the technology exists to boost up the miles per gallon (mpg) a car can have. I believe this because if we have the technology to clone animals and reproduce children without mothers, than we should have the technology to boost our cars mpg. The benefit of a car with a higher mpg will in turn produce a lower carbon emission rating, which means cleaner air with less carbon dioxide. Driving a car is the most common air polluting act a human commits. They commit this on a daily basis with little knowledge of it.
Volkswagen Beetle Volkswagen, a car designed by Ferdinand Porsche in 1938 to be “the people’s car” was targeted to those who wanted a car that was fuel efficient, reliable, and small. Each campaign focused on the things the Volkswagen wasn’t, turning the negatives into positive. The campaign key message stressed that the Volkswagen was not big, fast, or beautiful, however that the Volkswagen doesn’t eat gas, oil, and tires. It doesn’t need antifreeze, a big parking spot, and high insurance premiums (115). Each campaign used unique techniques to draw the target market’s attention.
Importance of Seatbelts Physics By: Osama Al Saket Grade: MYP 4 B (9B) Year: 2008-2009 Seat-belts in cars, they say that wearing seatbelts are important, and that they can save your life, but have you ever wondered how they can save your life? And how why does your body moves forward after stopping suddenly in the car? And why if the car decelerates uniformly your body doesn’t move as if it was at a sudden stop? A driver or passenger travelling in a car is moving at the same speed as the car is moving, if the car suddenly stops, the body of the passenger inside will keep moving forward at the same speed. This confirms inertia.
Porsche customers do not need recognition, information search and evaluation of alternatives. They make their purchase based on their wants, the brand and how the car is made. The cars unique and often dangerous characteristics and the brands appeal to a very narrow segment of financially successful people are some of the reasons Porsche’s customers are drawn into them. Porsche customers purchase their cars for pure enjoyment and they are not moved by the information but by feelings. 2.)
While the usage of cell phones is obvious, there are instances where they are used to report suspicious activity in the area. For instance, medical aid and reports on accidents where help is needed. In fact, ½ of cell phone usage in a car is used for this kind of help. 39 percent of all people who purchase cell phones have this in mind. It has been proven that a conversation of light topics on a cell phone does not change a driver’s perspective to external road events or the driver’s ability to drive.
Teen Driving In this essay I will tell you about the importance of safe driving, some statistics of teen driving, why I want to drive, and how driving will enhance my life. By the end I will know a lot of things I didn’t know about driving and how to be a better driver then before. The first topic we will talk about is the importance of safe driving. The top five are: to wear a seat belt, avoid texting, safe distance, awareness, and precautions. Why wear a seat belt when driving because, if worn properly, they prevent you from being thrown around or out of your car if you’re in a car crash.
Gases are non-renewable source of energy and therefore after several decades of the evolution of cars, the world is suffering from depletion. During some time in the early years of the twentieth century, hybrid cars were introduced by Baker of Cleveland and Woods of Chicago. (http://www.hybridcars.com/history/history-of-hybrid-vehicles.html) However, this great invention was soon challenged by the gasoline-powered cars in the sense of noise, weight and vibration. Full hybrid cars are vehicles which were made such as it can run on just engines, or on the batteries, or even better on a combination of both. This is because each hybrid cars contains two motors which also are its strengths and weaknesses.