How would you like to never have to pay for gas again? With gas prices always changing you never know how much money you are going to be feeding to the pump. By trading your car in for an electric powered car, gas will be one less thing to stress about. By making this change you can save the money that you would be spending on your gas guzzling car and put it towards something else. There are many types of electric cars to choose from, ranging from the standard Nissan Leaf at $30,000 to the luxury BMW i8 at $145,000. Not only would you be saving yourself time and money by going electric, but you would also be taking a stride towards a better planet.
Is it possible to visualize not having to stop to refuel cars with gas? Is preserving the environment for future generations important? Is safety a factor when choosing a car? It is the year 2017 yet, abundant products like gas powered cars are generating toxic pollutants that are detrimental to our habitat. Not to mention, the tremendous price tag and safety, uncertainties we experience pertaining to these types of vehicles. To illustrate this dilemma, approximately each home in the United States occupies one car fueled by gas. Flying cars like in the cartoon show The Jetsons do not exist; nonetheless, there is a superior solution. People should switch to Electric transportation because they provide ample benefits to our society such as
Electric vehicles are a huge step towards the future of our planet. They don’t require gas and don’t run on fossil fuel, which is a good benefit to the world because fossil fuel is one of the main causes of climate change and global warming. People need to consider purchasing electric vehicles that run on clean energy and not oil. My awareness is to show people that cars that run on fossil fuel are damaging our planet and it could lead to a very catastrophic future. Electric cars are a great solution for this issue and could prevent climate change. We shouldn’t get rid of all the cars and vehicles that runs on gas because most of the world population wouldn’t approve that. If a big percentage of cars worldwide were electric, it would help solve a lot of issues including climate change. Electric cars need to be under reconsideration for society.
courteously present their electric car and entice you to commit to them with their “Gasoline cars are bad for the environment, so go electric...”. It’s not as if one time is enough, either! They show it the first time: okay it catches my attention. Oh wait. There it is again. And again. And again. I’m sick of it! You see, what these self-proclaimed environmentalists don’t observe is that the gasoline-powered automobiles have no proper solution yet. The electric vehicle is simply a gimmick that has been actively conning consumers for years. Yet none of us consumers have batted an eye and reconsidered this evolving movement? Most of us are idiots.
My best friend will likely be the death of me, but I still love her. I have known her for three years and would trust her with anything, or so I thought. Everything changed the moment she got her license. Suddenly the need for coffee was completely eliminated, and all I had to do was ride to school with her. Through many close encounters and two accidents so far, I have learned the definition of a terrible driver. Every ride with her is an adventure involving skipped stop signs, speeding, and near collisions. She is the reason why many adults believe that teenagers should not their license because of poor driving.
Climate change and transportation play a big role and it is important to be concerned for our future generations. The use of gasoline cars is a major producer in carbon dioxide emissions, although they are not entirely responsible for it—they play a role in it. Other form of transportations like buses and taxis also contribute to carbon dioxide emissions. The total amount of carbon dioxide emissions from an average car is seventy six percent which comes from usage of a vehicle containing gasoline. Efficiency has increased by twenty percent in regards to electric motors, especially when it comes to their wheels using no power when the car is at rest. Car ownership will increase and with this, improvements in technology could be a vital
Dodge, Ford, they are both good trucks but there is a lot of people out there who want to know which one is better. My personal choice is Dodge but this isn’t just about opinions. What is really matters is the specs and how durable they both really are. Many people may not know this but the Ford company used to be joined by the Dodge brothers when making the first vehicles. Later on they got into a dilemma and split off to make their own company. So did they prevail over Henry Ford? Lets find out.
The 2016 Chevrolet Colorado, is now being offered with a diesel engine. This is the Duramax four cylinder, 2.8 liter. Chevrolet insists that this is the cleanest car they have ever produced. They have gone the extra mile to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions as well. GM has stepped up their game, not just with this truck, but with the GMC Canyon, that is almost exactly like the Colorado. The Canyon and Colorado have pumped life into a dormant market (mid sized truck). So much so, that truck buyers are buying this, rather than a bigger, full size truck they normally would have bought.
Imagine never being locked out of your disgusting gas-guzzling vehicle in sub-zero temperatures pumping your car full of toxic chemicals and then later emptying your bank account to pay for the environment killer ever again. This reality is near and approaching faster than ever before. Although, it is not completely beneficial. It is evident that at an international level, electric cars are needed. But, this is only one side of the story, despite common belief, electric vehicles are not always good for the environment. It is true that they will benefit bank accounts, however, the only way for electric cars to improve the environment is if they are powered by clean renewable energy.
The article, “The Promise of a Post-Driver Life” states, car accidents occur every day, leaving someone seriously injured about every seven-seconds and one dead about every fourteen minutes (Humas). Surprisingly, driverless vehicles are on the rise and people do not know how to react or what to think about them. While the number of accidents on the road has increased over the years. Driverless cars could be a solution to help to mend the problem and help eliminate driver errors. Some people believe we should have driverless vehicles while others say they would be too dangerous. Many people in the United States feel driverless cars can create a decrease in the number of accidents, create a better traffic flow, and create greater mobility for those who cannot drive, while others say it would be too hazardous with possible computer malfunctions, cyber attacks, and relying on algorithms to make ethical decisions.
Reinventing oneself is always challenging and a bit scary, which qualities to keep and which ones to change or discard. The same is true for a car manufacturer, and now Lexus is taking on a similar challenge with the reinvention of its luxury crossover of the 2016 RX 350. The first major change is the sleeker body, and then its large spindle grille in front that almost resembles a Star Wars mask. Subtle it's not. That combined with a sharply angled windshield and sculptured sides make this luxury crossover SUV more carlike, and that's good. The high beams, low beams, and taillights are LEDs, and the power liftgate can be opened with the wave of a hand, or an foot, at the Lexus logo on the hatch. Yet all this uber style doesn't take away from some other significant changes. Once inside, the cabin is spacious with plenty of light and air, even though it looks low from the outside. It’s almost five inches longer and
In today’s day and age of rapidly changing technology and ways of shopping, preparing to buy a vehicle can be a daunting task. What app should I download? Am I finding the best deals? Should I buy new or used? These are all very common questions to most people when they are preparing to buy a vehicle. The information is out there and attainable, you just have to know how to find it. Last year I had the opportunity to buy a vehicle, but my father also wanted me to learn about money in this process. I was very excited to get a new truck so he didn’t have to push very hard to get me to start looking, but he did give me some pointers along the way.
Looking around, you may notice the sudden surge of sustainable engineering all around you. From new LED light bulbs, to many different kinds of robots this epidemic is sweeping the world more and more. While we are slowly shifting towards new technologies, there is one that has gained extreme popularity over the past couple of years. It is electric cars. Going a few years back to 2010 there were a few companies introducing their first models of electric cars, but almost no one was interested in buying them, and some people even hated the idea of driving one. Since then many aspects have changed and electromobility has become one of the most debated topics in car industry. So what are advantages and disadvantages and why are they so popular now?
If you live in the U.S., there's a 48 in 50 chance that your state requires you to have car insurance (New Hampshire and Wisconsin are the lone hold outs, for those wondering). Of course, knowing that you need car insurance is only the first step. Navigating providers, comparing cheap car insurance quotes, and choosing specific coverage comes next.
Imagine a future with zero car accidents and taking a nap while going down the road. Imagine a future where there are no drivers, only passengers. And not just that, but imagine not worrying about having accidents or high insurance payments. With driverless vehicles, car accidents will drastically diminish and insurance rates will decrease, meaning they could have a better impact on the economy. Driverless vehicles will benefit society given that they will reduce accidents, can improve traffic flow by enhancing its efficiency, and protect the environment from harmful fuel emissions.