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  • Process Essay: How To Change Motor Oil

    How to change motor oil Changing motor oil is the basic, but essential, operation carried out during each maintenance of a car. At the dealer, in a small garage, or even in the car center, this operation is billed at variable prices, sometimes quite high compared to the simplicity of the operation. It is actually very easy to change your motor oil for a modest cost. Preparation is important, especially if it is your first time. To successfully change your oil, you do not need a lot of things.…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Driverless Cars

    addition, Jeffrey Zients, director of the National Economic Council stated that the self-driving feature is promised to be “restful or productive instead of frustrating and exhausting”, adding “will save time, money and lives.” The highly automated vehicles…

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  • Compare And Contrast Cadillac And Ford

    Cadillac and Ford use implicit communication techniques to talk about our consuming habits. To begin with the Cadillac video, they want to convince us that everything we got in life, we deserved it, if we overconsume or buy things we didn’t need, we work hard for it and we did sacrifice, like he said, we took only two weeks of vacations. He promotes the car because he says implicitly that luxury is the result of working hard. At the opposite, the Ford video tried to explain implicitly that…

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  • Cars In The Great Gatsby

    In the novel “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, a consistent motif is the presence of cars. Fitzgerald uses a numerous amount of examples of cars to comment on what he believes the car culture to be in the 1920s. Its very clear that Fitzgerald believes that the car culture of the time period assimilates to a very reckless behavior. For example, when Nick and Jordan are driving together, he makes a comment about her bad driving and she replies “They’ll keep out of my way, it takes two to…

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  • Otto Thief Case Study

    was going to be shipped. Because of this the police officer put Theef under surveillance. When he saw Theef drink a lot of alcohol and then get in his car and drive he alerted other officers of this to pull him over. Police can pull over a motor vehicle for five things and one being checking for sobriety. If a person fails the ASD test, you can smell the alcohol on them or their speech is slurred or any combination of the three can lead to the arrest of the individual. Theef had a slurred…

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  • Personal Narrative: How Life Changed My Life

    Disappointed, disbelief and fear filled my mind as I sat there between the shattered windshield and my steering wheel. I couldn’t stop thinking about what just happened, what did I just do, and did this really just happen to me? My lungs began to tighten up as I began to cry out of fear. Knowing that my parents were back in Arizona and I was there all alone with no family. I never thought I would ever get into a car accident; you could say I saw myself as invincible. With the way I’d been living…

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  • Metaphors In Car Radio

    The song “Car Radio” by the alternative rock group Twenty One Pilots is a song that should be broadcasted for its uplifting message. The band uses metaphors in the song to bring awareness to suicide, telling the audience that there are other alternatives for dealing with their minds. The car radio is the main metaphor used in this song. The song title is Car Radio and this car radio is mentioned often. The radio seems to be the only thing keeping the main singer, Tyler, sane it is the only…

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  • Changing A Flat Tire Essay

    Also, place a tire wedge upon the opposite tire to help secure the vehicle from moving. Remove the spare tire from the trunk and check for any damage, such as a hole. If no damage is spotted, proceed to the next step.…

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  • Essay On Hot Rods

    were introduced. Street rods were vehicles manufactured prior to 1949, often with a modern, reliable drive train. These vehicles became mainly family-oriented. 1970s-1990s Manufacturers kept car businesses alive with the development of street rods, vans, street trucks, domestic cars, and other new vehicles. But hot rod tuners became distressed when the newly-developed cars lacked the cool body style of the past, and they became frantic when older vehicle sources began to dry up.…

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  • Why Didn T Have Cars Research Paper

    Although there are many inventions that have changed the way we live our day to day lives, the one that has helped us numerously is the car. The car helps people get food from grocery stores, helps many pick their kids up from school, and transports people to unexplored destinations. The car helps many people go to the grocery store. If we didn’t have cars, we would have to walk hundreds of miles just to get groceries. The car has made it remarkably easy to the grocery store, and get to it.…

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