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    “It’s just a car,” they all say. Only some will understand the attachment oneself can get towards their vehicle. How could you be attached to it? It’s a materialistic thing that will be non-existent in due time. A bunch of metal, rubber, and wiring put together is really all that a car is. This concoction of resources gives me an explosion of emotions that are priceless and very desirable. All it takes is one click of a button and a step inside to unlock these feelings. To me, my car will always…

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    Auto Wrecker Importance

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    Thornhill, Keswick. Cars are valuable assets as they help us to transport from one place to another. They also help us to carry our things along while we are going out on a journey. The continuous usage of cars makes the vehicle ancient, so much that it is no longer usable. Old vehicles do not only lose their efficiency but they are also imperfect for the healthy environment. If your…

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    Simulators are machines that are designed to give a realistic impression of the controls and operation(s), of vehicles and aircrafts which are used for training purposes. They are often defined as a program that enables a computer to implement programs written or made for a different operating system. An example of a simulator is the Tesla Simulator. It is a simulator where you can interact with the different types of cars made by the Tesla Motors (an American car company that designs,…

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    with the availability of sensors on the vehicle at least it reduces unforeseen accident driver itself as an example of a child being around at the roadside or playing ball. at least the cars were unable to protect the driver and the child and community. the vehicle was designed with software wheel speed and trajectory for a safe car. Our car nudges from cyclists, and then slow to obey pedestrian. Whether you will agree with a list of ten pros themselves drive the car depends largely on where you…

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    the human tendency to "home into" the very thing you wish to avoid. The term was coined during World War 2, when pilots sometimes flew into the targets they were strafing. The problem still exists among pilots today. Operators of highly responsive vehicles, such as aircraft and motorcycles, are especially prone to this problem. The key to avoiding target fixation is using it to your advantage. That is, look where you want to go instead of where you don't. When rounding corners, you should look…

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    Transformation in American Born Chinese In the American Born Chinese, Gene Yang presents the theme of transformation and identity through the two foils, Jin Wang and Wei Chen Sun’s, shared symbolic transformer toys. During the introduction to Jin’s story arc, Yang punctuates an old Chinese parable on adaptation with depictions of a young Jin fiddling with a red transformer, immediately establishing the transformer as a symbol of change. Following that instance, Yang illustrates the early…

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    The Jeep Wranglers is a fantastic vehicle. It allows people to enjoy off-road adventures in a mid size vehicle. It is quite compact and is perfect for people who love to balance adventure capacities with the ability to perform on normal roads. The Jeep Wrangler is still going on strong, and you can ensure that own Wrangler remains highly capable by taking good care of it. Finding high quality spare parts and replacement sections are important elements for supporting your Jeep Wrangler. It can be…

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    Teen Driving Influence

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    When I was younger learning to ride a bike was a tough skill to acquire. I personally remember my dad removing my training wheels and letting me ride free. Although, I was alright at going in circles without training wheels, going on my gravel road down hill was strenuous . I can recall going down my driveway with my dad watching and not knowing how to slow down. I tried turning my wheels which caused me to fly off big rocks on the side of my driveway landing face first in the grass. In that…

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    By: Joel Otero Period 3 Why do people do co2 dragster racing? Students do co2 dragster racing for many reasons whether you’re doing it for fun or because of some competition or some activity or for whatever reason at all! So, what exactly is co2 drag racing and how would you test and race a co2 dragster? Co2 dragster racing is basically where there are small crafted cars that are powered by a small co2 canister thing and can be very fun to do. It has many things to it and many components to…

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    Top 5 Benefits of Intensive Driving Courses It goes without saying, that intensive driving courses can be immensely useful for learner drivers, considering the fact that they provide a safe, convenient and most of all quick way to pass the practical driving test. Moreover, intensive driving course are for those who don't have time to learn how to drive. Besides, with these courses, many learner drivers pass their practical test after only a week of driving experience. Add to that, you can find…

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