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    your child into a car that is designed to be safe. Look for vehicles that have side impact airbags as well as a good overall safety rating. There are several nice looking cars that have safety…

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    Humans are logical thinkers, in fact the most logical, yet it is easy for us to make decisions and act irrationally. We crave not to work more efficiently, nor to be better contributors to the society, but to feel safe and feel good, which is why car manufacturers use safety as their selling point. Emotion is the driver and we are the cars. Our personality and habits fluctuate with our emotions such as love, pain, anger or excitement. However, fear is the most impactful emotion that can drive…

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    Self Driving Car Ethics

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    Introduction A self-driving car (also referred to as an autonomous car, driverless car, robotic car) is a vehicle capable of navigating without a person's input. It can detect its surroundings using various techniques; radar, laser lights, GPS, odometry and computer vision. This car contains advanced control systems that interpret sensory information that consequently identify suitable paths, as well as detecting obstacles and relevant signage. Self-driving cars are already becoming the new…

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    Trolley Problem Analysis

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    would make them in the way of saving the most people’s life in the case of an accident or scenario. In a trolley problem scenario of choosing to drive the owner into a building to crash and die or to swerve and hit five others they would program the vehicle to run into the wall. By running into the wall, it saves the lives of five others even though it kills the owner, ultimately only killing one person. In their eyes saving more is more morally correct and acceptable. The Utilitarian view only…

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    Tire Maintenance

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    Owning a car comes with certain responsibilities, & one of the biggest challenge is to see to it that the car always performs according to its full potential. Extracting the maximum from our vehicle depends upon certain factors. Well, you must be thinking about maintenace. Thats right, maintenance plays a crucial role in the way our car performs on the road. When anyone talks about maintenance, the first thing that comes to our mind is the engine. No doubt engine maintenance is a vital aspect in…

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    As a car owner, preventive maintenance of you car is probably your most important responsiblity to keep your ride safe and happy. It can save your money on repairs arises in future. The preventive maintenence of your car carry out with checking tire pressure and fluids, changing the engine oil, perform scheduled inspection, check your bettery, replace the air filter and windshiled wiper as well as checking other parts of the car. It can helps you to keep your car helathy and catch the serious…

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    Prologue Many people think that it’s a good idea to be a bully. Many parents think that it’s a good idea to force their children to get into a car to drive halfway across America just to start a new life. Even if they’re one of the richest people in the world, or one of the poorest, why would they just force their children to do this? Maybe because they want their children to get the best education for the lowest price. Or maybe, they just want a better lifestyle. I have always wondered why…

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    to improve the performance of the vehicle on the track. To do so, Rosberg and his team must anylyse his performance and that of his vehicle at Monaco in 2014 to determine where improvements must be made. Using mathematical modeling, it is possible to tell where Rosberg and the vehicle performed at his peak and where performance fell. Using this information, appropriate improvements and alterations can be made to maximise the performance of Rosberg and the vehicle for his next event.…

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    Self Driving Phenomenon

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    malfunctioning, backup braking, backup steering, backup power systems, backup collision detection and avoidance, and redundant inertia measurement systems for vehicle positioning to ensure accuracy in speed and position. Waymo’s technology is dependent on data recording and analyzing post-crash behavior. Considering the multiple sensors on the vehicle and computing system, the factors that go into a crash can be analyzed effectively and if needed updates can be sent out to all of the other…

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    Ride Comfort Parameters

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    Introduction The ride comfort concept sweeps over many disciplines in automotive engineering. The vehicle parameters such as suspension spring stiffness and damping coefficient, the temperature control inside the cabin, the ergonomics of the car and many other factors contribute to this quality. When vehicles travel on the irregular roads, they are always subjected to excitation from braking, acceleration and inertial forces on a curved track, which causes discomfort to the driver. The…

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