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  • The Automobile And Society : The Dangers Of Automobiles

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    Automobiles Automobiles are destroying everything. Automobiles are cars, trucks, SUVs, and pretty much anything with wheels and a motor that can be used for transportation. The relationship between humans and automobiles is important, but it is becoming a problem because a majority of humans have automobiles. Automobiles are complex machines that are affecting humans in many ways. These complicated machines pollute the air because they emit gases into the air. In most states, when teens turn 16 they

  • The Automobile : Disruptive Innovation In The Automobile

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    innovation the automobile. Prior to the rise of automobiles, rail transportation had been the most relevant and effective method of transportation for shipments and people. I personally feel that the introduction of automobiles has truly changed the way people commute and travel, without such an innovation, people would be restricted to static routes at specified times. The automobile was the disruptive innovations to rail transport. How is it Disruptive? Prior to the rise of automobiles, rail transport

  • The Automobile : The Invention Of The Automobile Industry

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    History of Automobile: The emphasis of this research is to focus on history of automobile industry. Explining how transportation has come into being and how it eventually transformed to modern era car which we all enjoy and have built our lives around it. The intrigue to invent an automobile ha began as early as 17th century. Ever since the automobile invention, it has never slowed down, but the demand has significantly increased. Even before the automobile industry came into being, domestic

  • Disadvantages Of Automobiles

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    Automobiles improved our life a lot because now we can visit our relatives and friends easily without making any effort. Before automobiles, people used to travel for about 3 months walking to reach other country under the sun with camels which now can be reached in 12 hours only with an automobile with cold air conditioner. This is a huge improvement in transportation which will increase the amount of people who will travel by automobiles. The automobile has affected the world

  • The Invention Of The Automobile

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    The Invention of the Automobile, A Turning Point in History One could argue that one of the best inventions of the 1900’s was the Model T Ford or Tin Lizzie. The invention of the automobile has certainly left an indelible mark on the American Society. Consequently, the automobile has become the center of an extraordinary industry with the assembly lines and mass production techniques. These elements have essentially revolutionized the automobile industry. The Model T Ford made car travel affordable

  • The Invention Of The Automobile

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    The automobile is one of the most significant inventions, that has revolutionized the world of transportation. With this invention, humans have been able to transport almost anything, travel great fathoms, and break the sound barrier (the Thrust SSC broke it in 1997). Because of the invention of the automobile, social life and working classes increased making for more distant entertainment destinations and job opportunities. This seemingly timeless invention greatly enhanced culture by taking personal

  • The Invention Of The Automobile

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    invention of the Automobile was and still is an important breakthrough for technology. Automobiles are an important breakthrough for technology because it met transportation needs and helped make modern cars based on older models. Most of the cars that existed back in the early 1800’s were steam cars, and acted as four wheeled trains, but during the progressive era (1890-1920), people like Henry Ford, Charles F. Kettering started to make motor cars fueled by gasoline. Automobiles were not only used

  • The Automobile And The Environmental Impacts Of The Automobile Industry

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    engine that would later become the very heart of the first automobile that we are familiar with today. At the time however, the early inventors and pioneers of the automobile industry thought just of their work as a “horseless carriage” and nothing more, none of them anticipated the age of the automobile that was about to be ushered in, for they just saw the new technology strictly in the context of what it was meant to replace. The automobile however, developed into so much more, becoming one of the

  • Automobiles Essay

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    Automobiles The invention of the automobile in the early 20th century has had an adverse affect on our environment. Our society has used technology in order to advance the automobile to make it better and more efficient. The automobile industry knows what sells and they take advantage of that. With this growing technology to advance automobiles also comes flaws. The biggest and most obvious flaw is pollution. Because of pollution, we find ourselves asking the question of whether this technology

  • The Invention Of The Automobile

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    The automobile has become one of the most important parts of daily life. Life as we know it would be altered without them. Without cars the simplest trips would take longer. Cars make life easier. Automobiles have improved throughout history and continue to improve as time goes on. The invention of the automobile cannot be credited to just one man or woman. “. It is estimated that over 100,000 patents created the modern automobile.” ( In the later 1700s, Engineers began to experimenting