• English Composition Driving Steering Wheel
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    ENGLISH COMPOSITION Driving Forget everything you know about driving. Listen to the sound of the engine behind you, enjoy the feeling of your body travelling without moving. Look! In front of you, an empty highway, you are facing your future. Four wheels, a steering wheel, a shape made to pierce the air. Cars are all made of the same elements but in carn various personalities. They are your key to the driving experience. Driving is not only the coordination of eyes, feet and hands, it is a comp...
  • Car Safety Crash Designed Brakes
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    CAR SAFETY Active and Passive: Car safety features are grouped into two categories: Active and Passive. Active feature are designed to reduce the likelihood of a crash. Things such as tires, brakes, lights and steering are active features. The most important of all of them however is the driver. Passive safety features aim to reduce the damage done to a car's occupants in the event of a crash. These include things like seatbelt's, airbags, and crumple zones. For all these features any car can s...
  • Air Bag Seat Injury Vehicle
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    According to statistics, motor vehicle accidents are the number one leading cause of unintentional injury-related deaths, making up close to 45% and more than quadrupling all other causes. Although these statistics can be overwhelming knowing that driving a motor vehicle on a daily basis comes with a lot of risk, an individuals chance of injury can be lowered by following basic rules of safety. The American Trauma Society believes that the injury rate could be reduced by 50% if people would simp...
  • The History Of The Ford Mustang
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    It seems that almost everyone has a favorite Mustang. With so many different generations of the Muscle Car to choose from the list is varied. To some, a Candy Apple Red 65' with a 289 is the best ever. Or how about a fastback with theHighPower V 8 and GT package? Ever heard the rumble from a Boss 302? And yet others consider the 5. 0 Liter Mustangs the best largely because of the variety of low cost add-on parts available. These cars are inexpensive to buy and modify. And then there is the Cobr...
  • Steering Wheel Airbag Airbags Seat
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    Airbags Crash! Your car just smashed into the car right in front of you at a speed of 35 mph. The whole front of your car is smashed but luckily your head isn't, thanks to the airbag deploying. This scenario happened over 2. 9 million times through August, 1998. Airbags significantly reduce the risk of being killed in a crash. The risk of being killed, if you have your seatbelt on, is reduced by 26% and 32% if you don't have a belt on and the airbag goes off. Airbags also reduce the risk of ser...
  • Airbags Chemical Reaction
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    Automobiles are being equipped with airbags that inflate on collision to protect the driver or passenger from injury. A car s airbag is located on the steering wheel, this airbag is for the driver, and on the dashboard, this airbag is for the passenger. Automobile airbags are inflated by the electrical system and sensors in the car that triggers a chemical reaction to occur. When a car is involved in a car accident the airbag rapidly inflates and deflates to cushion the driver or passenger. In a...
  • Airbags Insurance Institute
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    Airbags Imagine yourself and a friend on a road trip. All of the sudden a car pulls out in front of you. When you finally wake up, you notice that you were in a terrible accident. You see your friend lying inside the car. Your friend s neck has been broken by the impact of the airbag on the passenger side of the car. Airbags are thought to be a great safety feature on automobiles, but they have caused many injuries and deaths in all kinds of accidents. Even though air bags are designed to save ...
  • Air Bag Seat Injury Safety
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    Air Bag Safety For The Prevention Of Air Bag Safety For The Prevention Of Injury And Death According to statistics, motor vehicle accidents are the number one leading cause of unintentional injury-related deaths, making up close to 45% and more than quadrupling all other causes. Although these statistics can be overwhelming knowing that driving a motor vehicle on a daily basis comes with a lot of risk, an individuals chance of injury can be lowered by following basic rules of safety. The America...